Re: Is the xdebug's non-free license necessary?
Scripsit Derick Rethans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Mon, 20 Dec 2004, Josh Triplett wrote:
>> Debian packages frequently contain changes from the upstream
>> versions. (These patches are generally sent upstream, but the
>> Debian maintainer will often apply a patch without waiting for a
>> new upstream version containing that patch.)
> See, that is something I wouldn't like distributions to do with any code
It is your right to hold that opinion. However, no license that tries
to enforce it will be considered free by Debian. This is not
negotiable. End of story.
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