Re: Documentation and Sarge's Release Critical Policy
Quoting Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Jerome Marant said:
> >Software in Debian is 100% free. It doesn't prevent Debian to
> >distribute something else than software.
> >From this sentence, I see that you are not fluent in English.
> ("It doesn't prevent Debian from distributing something other than
> software" would be correct.)
> Perhaps this is in fact the source of your confusion. The phrase
> "Debian will remain 100% Free Software", interpreted by a fluent English
> speaker, means one of the following:
> 100% of Debian is (and will remain) "Free Software"
> Debian is (and will remain) "Software", and that Software is "100% Free"
> Practically, the difference between these is not significant, although the
> second interpretation is a little bizarre.
> Your interpretation is:
> 100% of the Software in Debian will remain Free
> That's simply not a correct interpretation. However, I could understand if
> someone who was not fluent in English misinterpreted it that way.
I think you got it. It was too ambiguous for me. Thanks for the clarification.
I've been deceived.