Re: QPL vs. DFSG
> > Is there a way software can be made free in that sort of situation
> > which is acceptable to people who like to discuss the DFSG? If not,
> > is there some reason we should think that's a good thing for the free
> > software community?
On Wed, Jul 21, 2004 at 08:07:55PM +0200, Sven Luther wrote:
> Err, how does the GPL termination clause come into play with this ? The one
> which says something along the lines of "you can't distribute the source of
> your modifications for whichever reason, all rights alocated to you by the GPL
> are then voided".
The termination clause is based on copy rights, not practical obstacles.
It might very well be that the GPL offers sufficient protections in
the event of practical obstacles. I suppose it boils down to: do
the QPL's author's find this believable.