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Re: Darwin Streaming Server

On Wed, Oct 31, 2001 at 09:31:50AM -0500, Shaya Potter wrote:
> The discrimination clause was made to prevent an application for being
> "DFSG" free to some people, and not DFSG free to everyone.  If that
> would be the case, then the DFSG says, this is not really not free.  In
> this case, we have a different sort of discrimination, not something
> that is non-free for some people, but just a more restrictive DFSG free
> for some people, therefore that shouldn't remove it from the ranks of th
> DFSG free.  

When in doubt, you need to resort to definition exactly. In mathematical circles, if you define A by some definition, and then some
object B does not follow definition of A exactly, then it is not A. I think it is the same in legal area of licensing. There is no
half way true :)

- Adam

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