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Re: Would this comply with DFSG?

James Troup writes:
> Oh, good, someone chuck vim in non-free, if it's license hasn't
> changed then.

I wrote:
> I know nothing about the license on 'vim', or on most Debian's other 2000+
> packages, except that someone at some time judged them DFSG compliant.  I'm
> not about to read through them all and second-guess those decisions. 

James Troup writes:
> Bully for you.  I didn't ask you for or to do any of those things.

I wrote:
> The man asked for opinions on the DFSG-ness of his license and I
> gave him mine.

James Troup writes:
> So what?  My reply wasn't a mail to you, it was a mail to a mailing
> list.

I took it to be a sarcasm directed at me for opining that his postcardware
license is not free and offering vim as a counterexample, with the
implication that I should have been aware of it.
John Hasler
john@dhh.gt.org (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill
Elmwood, WI

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