Re: transformations of 'source code'
Steve Langasek <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Nevertheless, it's the most important metric for many of the edge cases
> under consideration. Questions of intent can only be resolved with
> difficulty, and it's possible a judge may come to the wrong conclusion;
> but I think any other framing of the requirement results in a license
> that would in some cases *require* a judge to find for the "wrong" party.
I agree that intent is a very useful metric. It's wrong to say that
it's only "resolved with difficulty", instead, it's regularly proved
in the criminal courts every day.