Re: Why Debian's webpages aren't DFGS-free ?
Anthony Towns wrote:
> The counter-argument is to prevent people ripping off our work, or
> something. For example, some unscrupulous dot-com could take all the
> Debian stuff, setup www.debian.foo.xy in their country, and confuse
> newbies into thinking that they're the official site. And everyone knows
> that Debian would do *anything* to avoid confusing newbies, so this is
> a completely unacceptable situation.
As you should well know, we would be well within the bounds of the DFSG to
write a license that prohitied modifying the web pages and then claiming
they were the debian web site.
see shy jo, in New York