Re: Proposal - Free the Debian Open Use logo
On Tue, 7 Oct 2003 08:1 6:28 +0100 (CET), Peter Karlsson
> MJ Ray:
>> I suggest you review some of the messages recently sent to
> I don't read debian-legal, but I've read some of the messages
> referenced from DWN. I don't agree.
>> including the one where Bruce Perens clarified that the DFSG were
>> written to apply to everything in debian
> Yeah, I saw that one. This means that we cannot include stuff like
> software licenses in Debian, which in turn means that we cannot
> really distributed Debian itself. Thus it's a void argument.
Amazing. Faced with a conundrum, you assume that that people
saying so must be dumb, and refuse to investigate further to see
where the fallacy lies.
>> if you do not consider these things software, they are easily shown
>> to not be able to be part of Debian without considering DFSG.
> That claim is about as absurd as claiming a logotype a piece of
Is it hardware, then? Or wetware?
What a bonanza! An unknown beginner to be directed by Lubitsch, in a
script by Wilder and Brackett, and to play with Paramount's two
superstars, Gary Cooper and Claudette Colbert, and to be beaten up by
both of them! David Niven, "Bring On the Empty Horses"
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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