Re: Why Debian's webpages aren't DFGS-free ?
I brought this up on debian-www some time back, and I thought we agreed to
change it to something free.
I am rather pissed off that my work on the web pages (DWN) continues to go
out under this license. If something isn't done soon, I may move future
issues, and keep the copyright, rahter than assigning to SPI as I have done
so far. Sigh.
Tomasz Wegrzanowski wrote:
> Why Debian's web pages are under such a licence ?
> It's not DFSG-free.
> **** start ****
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