Re: [DISCUSSION] SURVEY: Is the GNU FDL a DFSG-free license?
Scripsit MJ Ray <email@example.com>
> I suspect not many people want DFSG-free Debian bits, so aren't
> interested in that survey, so you will need to run it. It would be
> very interesting to *finally* read consistent rationale in a "we want
> DFSG-free Debian bits" statement. Assuming that's actually possible.
Hm, I for one do want all of the bit and bytes in Debian to be
DFSG-free. I think many people have posted consistent and eloquent
rationales for that. Or am I misunderstanding what you mean by
"DFSG-free Debian bits"?
Henning Makholm "Ambiguous cases are defined as those for which the
compiler being used finds a legitimate interpretation
which is different from that which the user had in mind."