Re: The Show So Far
Anthony Towns <email@example.com> writes:
> It passes the written DFSG. Not everything that passes the DFSG as
> written is free -- that's why they're guidelines, not a definition --
> but I think it's fair for the null hypothesis to be "satisfies the DFSG
> as written = free", and expect people who want to read between the lines
> and add their pet "tests" to be the ones doing the justifying.
Actually, I remain convinced that a forced distribution obligation
does *not* satisfy the DFSG, because it is a form of discrimination.
You have articulated a difference between "cannot" and "don't want
to", but as I think I showed, that difference doesn't bear up in this