* email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) [040316 23:30]:
> > >
> > > Of course there are licensing issues as a result of all this.
> > do you have some more insight in this? can you estimate how fast
> > this can be resolved?
> > is the process moving forward at all? in what direction?
> I guess you are mssing my point.
yes, obviously. and vice versa, perhaps?
> Why does debian-edu care to be involved?
We want good educational software for our kids/endusers.
We do prefer free software.
> Why do they choose to "do business" with Mr. Kay.
well, i think i can speak for the absolut majority of debian-edu
that we did not even know of the existance for Mr. Kay until you
mentioned him. we took the initiative to push for a license
change for squeak because we would like to distribute it. Does
that imply doing buissness with him?
The point in my mail was that i was hoping for a time estimate of
the process to change the squeak license towards a DFSG compatible
i did not care about disneys past involvement specifically
because i concluded from the wiki page in the previous mail that
the squeak people were on top of things and some kind of licence
changing process was underway. i thought you were watching things
more closely and could provide further information