Re: Draft new DFSG - r1.4
> The fact is, licenses are legalese, and no DFSG of any sort is going to
> help us cut through that. But we do understand the DFSG and exactly what it
> stands for, and once we think we understand what a given license is saying,
> there is no difficulty in applying the DFSG to it and getting an answer.
I am seeing divergence in this line of discussion. This indicates to
me that it is not productive to continue in this way.
> I don't see this endless wrangling over unclear wording in the DFSG you and
> others are talking about. What I've seen, since the DFSG was released is
> people saying "this license violates points 3 and 6 of the DFSG", and others
> understanding exactly what they mean.
Thus, the first question is whether or not we believe the DFSG needs
to be changed.