Re: license questions.
On 2002-10-07 12:47:51 -0400, Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> Ali Akcaagac <email@example.com> wrote:
> > it's your definition isn't it ?
> No. Read www.opensource.org's definition at point 3:
Which is the definition of a body calling itself "Open Source
"Open source" at first means just that: You can have the source.
Interestingly the LPPL currently is not OSI certified. Does it
follow that LaTeX is closed source?