On Wed, Nov 25, 1998 at 03:35:10PM -0800, Joseph Carter wrote: <snip> > The issue is that one can write a license which is very much not free and > stull happens on a technicality to fit the DFSG. If it fits the DFSG then it is by definition free, if it is somehow excessively non-free and still fits then the DFSG is /VERY BROKEN/ and the DFSG itself can be modified, and yes that is a very drastic measure, and as such it should be the ONLY way we can decide that a package which fits the DFSG is non-free.. Zephaniah E, Hull.. > > -- > Show me the code or get out of my way. -- PGP EA5198D1-Zephaniah E, Hull <firstname.lastname@example.org>-GPG E65A7801 Keys available at http://whitestar.soark.net/~warp/public_keys. CCs of replies from mailing lists are encouraged.
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