Re: Should our documentation be free?
On 22 Aug 2003 12:04:55 GMT, Andreas Metzler <email@example.com> said:
> Actually we don't necessarily need that much, separating "100%
> documenation" and "everything else" should be good enough, and we
> can apply DFSG to the latter category (including "100% software" and
> "partially software").
I see. Your contention is that we should treat 100% software,
... 2%software+98%documentation, 1%software+999%documentation --
somehow differently from 100%documentation? Why, pray?
What makes 99.99999%documentation + 0.00001%software so very
different from 100%documentation? What, in removing that last bit of
software so radically changes the effect of an inability to modify
the work at will that we should redefine our concept of freedom?
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