Re: OSD && DFSG - different purposes
Thomas Bushnell, BSG writes:
> > No, it doesn't. The RPSL allows modifications. It allows derived
> > works. It allows them to be distributed under the same terms as the
> > license of the original software. Since it complies with all three of
> > these terms, it complies with the logical and of them, which is #3.
> No no, you miss the point. The original software can be distributed
> without telling anyone anything except the recipient.
> The modified software can be distributed only if you tell the public
> at large. That is a different condition.
No, no, you miss the point. The modified software can be distributed
by the recipient without telling anyone anything except the 2nd
The modified software can be modified by the recipient only if he
tellss the public at large. This is the same condition.
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