Re: The Helixcommunity RPSL is not DFSG-free
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- Subject: Re: The Helixcommunity RPSL is not DFSG-free
- From: David Turner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 03 Mar 2003 16:14:15 -0500
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On Sat, 2003-03-01 at 18:49, Andrea Glorioso wrote:
> >>>>> "tb" == Thomas Bushnell <email@example.com> writes:
> tb> It's not about what's "fair"; they make a license, they get to
> tb> have whatever license they want, but it's not a free software
> tb> license.
> Last time I heard, FSF was still arguing with Real over the RPSL
> compliance to the four basic freedoms. Has this discussion come to an
> (official) end, as far as you all know?
*puts on FSF hat*
We're still in discussions with them, but the license as it stands isn't
*takes off FSF hat*
Maybe for convenience, I'll use novalis@gnu when I've got the FSF hat
on, and novalis@novalis otherwise.
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