Re: Mass bug filing: Cryptographic protection against modification
* Nathanael Nerode:
> Florian Weimer wrote:
>> * Henning Makholm:
>>>> Is it acceptable to ignore obnoxious but unenforceable license terms
>>>> when evaluating licenses for DFSG compliance?
>>> Yes, if the license does not legally apply to any copyrightable
>>> material that Debian distributes (or considers distributing).
>> The problem here is that we have no workable definition of
> Well, that sucks. Unfortunately, there's really no way around it, since
> copyright is determined by law. Contact your legislator.
Debian could view something as copyrightable as soon as the author
claims copyright on it. I don't think Debian should work around the
authors licensing decisions by invoking general law.
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