> It's not my position to get into Debian's debate. I can confirm for you
> that Ext JS can absolutely be licensed under GPL v3 without qualification.
> If there is commentary that can be read counter to that, then that is not a
> good read of what we are saying. From a legal standpoint, Ext JS can be
> licensed under GPL v3, or alternatively under a Commercial License from Ext
> JS. We put no conditions on the GPL v3 use, other than those of GPL v3
> ~ Adam
Nobody is asking for debate, but if you were to write yourself "We put no
conditions on the GPL v3 use, other than those of GPL v3 itself." ends any
starting debate indeed, but then what you have write on your website is
kind of confusing (at least to some of us).
Now, I wonder what other people from Debian will say after this declaration.