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Re: Darwin Streaming Server

On Tue, Oct 30, 2001 at 10:20:29PM -0700, Colin Mattson wrote:
> I have to take that back... http://www.opensource.apple.com/apsl/
> has the full text of the license.  Section 1.4 is somewhat troublesome when
> combined with sections 2.1 and 2.2 (specifically 2.2(c)).
> For "personal use," (as well as research and development) you are free to keep
> your changes private.  However, as soon as you become an organizational
> entity not only doing R&D on the product, you must distribute your source
> code in full.
> Thus, the APSL distinguishes (and discriminates) between corporations and
> single users, thus violating the Debian Free Software Guidelines provision
> for non-discriminatory licensing.
> In that case, it would indeed be classified non-free.

thanks for your looking at this and clearly explaining it.

now, who should get the bug for getting qtss moved into non-free where
it belongs?  qtss or ftp.debian.org?

Ethan Benson

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