On Tue, Aug 26, 2003 at 08:48:17PM +0200, Wouter Vanden Hove wrote: > Where can I find the actual Debian-decision on the GNU Free > Documentation License? There has been no formal statement issued by the developers, but Debian seldom bothers with such things. We go years without issuing non-technical position statements under clause 4.1.5 of our Consitution, and most of the time our license DFSG-analysis process is relatively uncontentious. However, a convenient way to gauge consensus on the issue can be found by reading the following thread: http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2003/debian-legal-200308/msg01031.html As noted in the following message: http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2003/debian-legal-200308/msg01214.html I will be tallying results sometime on or about Thursday, 28 August. Whether or not the rest of the Debian Project agrees to whatever consensus this survey establishes, I cannot say. If that particular issue remains divisive even afterwards, we may require a General Resolution to settle it.  not to be confused with "should we apply the DFSG to the GNU FDL *at all*?" -- G. Branden Robinson | It just seems to me that you are Debian GNU/Linux | willfully entering an arse-kicking email@example.com | contest with a monstrous entity http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | that has sixteen legs and no arse.
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