Re: LPRng in stable non-free or wrong man page?
Ben Pfaff <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Gerhard Poul <email@example.com> writes:
> > LPRng is distributed under the GNU software license for
> > non-commercial use, the Artistic License for limited com=AD
> > mercial use. Commerical support and licensing is avail=AD
> > able through Patrick Powell <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
> > This software should be in non-free.
> What makes you think that it is non-free?
We've been through this before: it is not clear whether the author
This is GPLed with the added restriction that I don't allow
This is GPLed, but I don't even know the proper name for the
GPL, so I'll just call it "the GNU software license for
noncommercial use". Anywayz, you know what I mean, right?
and similarly for the reference to the Artistic.
In the first case the program is not DFSG-free; in the second case
it is. The problem is whether Debian will risk basing its
classification on the *assumption* that the second case applies.
Henning Makholm "*Jeg* tænker *strax* på kirkemødet i
Konstantinopel i 381 e.Chr. om det arianske kætteri..."