On Sun, Dec 02, 2001 at 06:55:52PM +0100, Bernd Warken wrote: > That's absolutely true. Public domain is very dangerous. During the > 1970s, Unix was public domain. That is false. > So a copyright is necessary to have a legal protection. Otherwise, the > wolves and pigs will eat your free packages, and even request a million > dollars fee for it. > > The DFSG in its actual interpretation is suicide. Debian must revise > it to survive and to stay free. I don't see much here aside from hyperbole. -- G. Branden Robinson | "Why do we have to hide from the Debian GNU/Linux | police, Daddy?" email@example.com | "Because we use vi, son. They use http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | emacs."
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