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Re: OSD && DFSG convergence

On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, John Goerzen wrote:

> > Take out the R&D and personal use grants.  Does it still comply with
> > the DFSG?  Now add them back.  How is it possible for more freedom to
> > make the software DFSG-nonfree?
> Because the freedom is distributed unevenly.  DFSG states that there must
> not be discrimination.  If there is -- that is, if different people/groups
> get different levels of freedom -- then it is not DFSG-free.

Foobar is licensed under the GNU General Public License.  In addition
the every person named Peter the right to sublicense under any license
they choose is granted.

non-DFSG-free?  I think not.

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