Re: GR idea related to ongoing licensing discussions
Marco d'Itri <md@Linux.IT> wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
> >So if it didn't hinder your participation in debian, it's probably not
> I am not sure if you are accusing me of being a liar or you are just
> being stupid. Anyway, thank you for reminding me why discussing with you
> is a waste of time.
I'm not accusing anyone of lying (although I think you're mistaken
about who are "DFSG-revisionists"). Maybe I'm being stupid, but I
don't understand why relocating around New Year is relevant to having
no solid examples of the claimed revisionists by June next year.
Non-money fees are still fees and have been regarded as breaking the
DFSG since before debian-legal was created AFAICT.
Of course it's a waste of time to discuss if you have no evidence to
the contrary. Attempting proof by assertion is always a waste of time.
Like I posted months ago "How about the next person to make an
irrational claim without evidence does some research themselves?"
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