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Re: Proposed: Debian's Five Freedoms for Free Works [humor]


Am Fre, 2003-06-13 um 23.30 schrieb Anthony DeRobertis:
> On Friday, Jun 13, 2003, at 04:57 US/Eastern, Joachim Breitner wrote:
> >
> > "Unrestricted access to all not-common elements to produce the final
> > product is a precondition for this".
> > [...]
> >  Humans
> > (non-common: the order of the 4 bases on the DNA string) :-)
> Hmmm... sounds like you're required to distribute yourself with a work 
> to a make it free software.
> Oooh, can I clone a Linus from the kernel sources? Or are they not 
> free? ;-)

well, these were separate examples, and Linux is not a component needed
to build the kernel. But if of course the all-around-apache-group has a
subproject perfecthacker.apache.org, that provides the DNA of the
perfect Free Software Hacker, this project would be free if it
distributes the DNA sequence. I just wanted to show the universalism of
my "definition".


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