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Re: A possible GFDL compromise

On Tue, 26 Aug 2003, David Starner wrote:

>Fedor Zuev <fedor@earth.crust.irk.ru> writes

>> >How about a license which allowed off-topic code (say, a 'hangman'
>> >game in the 'ls' program) which must be present unmodified in
>> >source code of all derived versions, and must be invoked (perhaps
>> >through a command-line option)  by every derived program?

>> It almost certainly affect the normal use of program  and
>> will be unacceptable because of this, not because of mere existence
>> of such code.

>How does ls --hangman bringing up a hangman program affect the
>normal use of the program more then a large manifesto affect the
>normal use of the manual?

	1) It should be compilable with any compiler used for
compilation of ls.

	2) (not sure for ls but usual problem). It should not
contain bugs, which can be exploited.

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