Re: Encoding the name in the file contents (was Re: Towards a new LPPL draft)
Frank Mittelbach <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> well, "all" user expect that for LPPL licensed files at the moment
> because that is what the license ensures. But Henning is of course,
> right that I can't predict whether or not they actually believe,
> that people following the license so, "well, many do expect that, if
> not all" is the more appropriate saying.
If a site wants a variant of latex, and all the users at that site
know about it, and want it, and want it to be called latex, then why,
exactly, do you want to prohibit them this freedom? (Or want to
prohibit them the freedom from sharing their products with others?)
That's the central question here, and you keep dodging it by making
quite wild claims about what everyone expects from Latex.
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