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Re: LPPL3 violates DFSG9?

Hi David!

You wrote:

> > Plus, you're talking about other files that are most definitely part of
> > LaTeX that are generated here.  It would be different if it required
> > that gcc be installed in /usr/bin, for example.
> No, I'm making a suggestion that, if a file is distributed under the
> LPPL, and someone places it in a tarball with many other unrelated
> files, this added clause of LPPL3 causes the sort of contamination
> forbidden by DFSG9.

Also, in some way, an iso image is also an archive with many
files on it.

Kind regards,
| Bas Zoetekouw                  | Si l'on sait exactement ce   |
|--------------------------------| que l'on va faire, a quoi    |
| zoetekw@phys.uu.nl             | bon le faire?                |
|    bas@A-Es2.uu.nl             |               Pablo Picasso  |

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