Re: Encoding the name in the file contents (was Re: Towards a new LPPL draft)
Thomas Bushnell, BSG writes:
> Henning Makholm <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Scripsit email@example.com (Thomas Bushnell, BSG)
> > > Henning Makholm <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > > You're missing the point. The LaTeX people certainly do know that
> > > > there are *some* places where pristine files are expected. It's not
> > > > necessary for them to be able to identify each of those places
> > > > individually.
> > > They have no information whatsoever about the user of the package.
> > They don't speak about *all* users. Their points consider the fact
> > that there are *some* users who have this property.
> But this is the problem! They take away the freedom of all users in
> order to give a subset of the users a benefit.
I must confess that i havea bit of a problem to understand the exchange
between you and Henning, but could you please be more precise about
- which freedom is taken away from all users, and
- which freedom is given to a subset
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