Re: Debian based GNU/Solaris: pilot program
On Thursday 03 November 2005 22:26, Erast Benson wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-11-03 at 13:55 -0600, Kenneth Pronovici wrote:
> > It really seems like you jumped into this "base our system on Debian"
> > thing without really understanding what Debian is about. Consider what
> > you're asking for. You're asking Debian to make changes to the license
> > of some of its core infrastructure in order to solve problems your
> > project has created *for itself* by choosing to work with CDDL-licensed
> > code.
> If you do not like CDDL license, it is your personal opinion. Nothing
> more. I do not like Linux GPL nature, this is my personal opinion too.
Let's put personal stuff apart, but if you do not like GPL, why do not you
pick a proven license as BSD.
> Existense of problem in Debian project not be able scale very well on
> non-glibc ports should be addressed and resolved.
Wrong. Debian has DFSG which has been respected for many years now... and does
not accept or scale with any "seem to (not?)be almost like free softwarez or
warez". CDDL 1.0 does not scale at all with the proven free software licences
and needs to be re-thinked in its next version. See the related discussions
in debian-legal@ for the previous 2-3 months.
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