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Re: A possible approach in "solving" the FDL problem

Le mar 12/08/2003 à 08:23, Sergey V. Spiridonov a écrit :
> > Please give one reason for allowing this other than "I want to allow 
> > Manual(s) X, Y, and Z in Debian".  Any one reason.
> FDL is free enough.

Oh, great, so maybe I'll finally have answers to my generic questions to
FDL supporters: how a license which forbids to put the document on an
encrypted filesystem can be considered free? How a license which forbids
to pick parts of a document without keeping large parts of it can *ever*
be considered free?

Is that what you call "free enough"? Is the Microsoft shared source
licensing "free enough" for you? Where do you set the limit?

I still wonder why people want to put stuff and stuff in main,
regardless of the consequences. The main section is for FREE SOFTWARE,
do you understand what it means? Not half-free software, not "free
enough" software. Free software.
 .''`.           Josselin Mouette        /\./\
: :' :           josselin.mouette@ens-lyon.org
`. `'                        joss@debian.org
  `-  Debian GNU/Linux -- The power of freedom

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