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Re: Outcome of PHPNuke discussion

On Mon, Jun 02, 2003 at 12:13:06AM -0700, Mark Rafn wrote:

> > 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.

> I don't think there was consensus that either of these interpretations are 
> acceptible to Debian.  Requiring a copyright notice on the homepage would 
> be unfree IMO.  

Correct.  The consensus was that the author's current statement is not
equivalent to the GPL, and that it's not free.  There was not consensus
about what the author could do to fix this.

Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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