Re: sharefont package license sucks, even for non-free
Thanks for the laugh. Ha ha ha.
If you don't see the difference between:
- Getting paid by a compagny to work on Debian to the benifit or
- Packaging software for non-free as a Debian developers and
demanding that users pay you.
Then there's _no_ point arguing with you. So I won't.
Anthony Towns wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 03, 2000 at 11:51:36AM -0500, Branden Robinson wrote:
> > > Should Debian resources be used to make a buck for maintainers?
> > No.
> > > Do we need policy against this sort of thing?
> > Yes.
> Then I propose that maintainers working for companies that use and
> advertise Debian based products (VA Linux, Stormix, Corel, Progeny and
> HelixCode spring to mind) should be publically chastised and removed
> from the project if they don't quit their day jobs, or get their
> to refocus on, say, RedHat.
> Furthermore, I propose that all maintainers who have system
> as part of their job description and have installed Debian on any of
> the systems they administer be faced with a similar choice: reinstall
> or resign.
> I think this will result in a much more free, open and generous culture
> within Debian, and will be much more in line with the social contract.