Re: A possible GFDL compromise
> Another form of tangent is citing practical inconveniences, often
> shared with many other accepted free licenses, as if they were
> reasons to consider a license non-free.
This is incorrect. Practical inconveniences are precisely the point
in deciding whether a restriction is insignificant or not.
It takes more than just inconvenience to make a license non-free. In
effect, you are chosing to ignore the distinction. If so, it is
natural your conclusions will disagree greatly with the GNU Project's