On Wed, Apr 30, 2003 at 12:37:42PM +1000, Matthew Palmer wrote: > Nobody I've seen is trying to change the DFSG, merely modify what we apply > it to. Since we need something to define what we consider free in the > non-software field, the -legal beagles (heh) have gone with the DFSG for > now. Full disclosure: I've proposed changing the DFSG, and first did so years ago, back in 2000 I think. I haven't done anything about it, but I haven't totally given up on the idea yet, either. I'm mostly waiting for matters to be resolved on debian-vote that have been queued up for almost 3 years. -- G. Branden Robinson | You don't just decide to break Debian GNU/Linux | Kubrick's code of silence and then firstname.lastname@example.org | get drawn away from it to a http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | discussion about cough medicine.
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