Re: On interpreting licences (was: KDE not in Debian?)
Raul Miller wrote:
> Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> > > What about the Qt header files, which are included at compile time?
> On Wed, Feb 09, 2000 at 09:08:16AM -0500, Andreas Pour wrote:
> > Right. And those are distributed in source form.
> Not under terms which satisfy the GPL.
Says you :-).
> The GPL requires that there be no proprietary restrictions on
> the modification and redistribution of the source for any
> part of the program.
> The QPL requires that Troll can put whatever proprietary restrictions
> they like on the distribution of future modified versions of the
> > I think you are taking this debate a bit out of context.
> Then again, the above issue has been pointed out to you many times,
> yet you choose to ignore that particular issue whenever you feel like it.
I don't ignore it, I disagree with it. I have spent lots of e-mails
> > Raul is trying to convince me why a statically linked kghostview is
> > not OK but a statically linked ghostview on Solaris is.
> Well, yes, that's one point I'm currently trying to make. But, I'm
> begining to think that I couldn't convince you that paper can burn,
> even if I had unlimited time, unlimited dry paper, unlimited dry air
> and unlimited dry matches.
The feeling is mutual. So let's agree to disagree, OK? And I won't respond
to what you wrote below -- you get the last word :-).