Quoting Rogério Brito (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Of course, having it package in non-free is better than not having it > and, if we had it packaged and distributed there, I think that that > would be a good starting point so that he would see his opus used and > have a personal satisfaction with his work of love and that could mean > that he would see the benefits of releasing his work as Free Software > in a latter release. > > With that said, what would be a recommended course of action here? Probably try to convince him (I assume this is a "him") that trying to prevent from commercial distribution not only makes his opus non-free wrt DFSG, but is also most of the time a failure as there is no clear definition of what is a "commercial distribution". Probably point him to the "spirit" of free software where avoiding any restriciton in the use of software is one of the greatest benefits it brings to the world. I also suggest you to point that person to the Open Font License which has proven to be one of the most well adapted licenses for fonts.
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