Re: Outcome of PHPNuke discussion
Steve Langasek wrote:
> > "I think a web-based message board clearly reads commands
> > interactively. So, if there is such a notice, you can't remove it. But
> > you could alter its form, so long as it is still appropriate."
> > I guess this case is difficult, since you could interpret each php
> > file as a program of its own, as well as the entire system as a
> > program as a whole.
> The consensus was that, if you regard each php file as a program of its
> own, it fails the interactivity requirement; and that if you regard a
> web session as a single execution of the "program", you don't get to
> require a copyright notice on *every* page -- just on the home page.
Err... so... non-free or main?
If nothing changes, everything will remain the same. -- Barne's Law