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Re: A possible GFDL compromise: a proposal

On Tuesday, Sep 9, 2003, at 12:29 US/Eastern, Mathieu Roy wrote:

So a country were you are free to kill a girl without any legal risk
is a country DFSG compliant?

Please cite the specific paragraph of the DFSG that has _anything_ to do with killing people.

I'm sorry but being free is meaningless.

That's why we have the DFSG, to say which things you must be free to do with software for Debian to distribute it.

Basically, the freedoms I think important for a software are expressed
at gnu.org of at debian.org.
The freedoms I think important for documentation are expressed at

If you feel the DFSG is not appropriate for documentation, propose changing the Social Contract on -project.

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