Re: A possible GFDL compromise
* Anthony DeRobertis (email@example.com) [030913 04:50]:
> On Thursday, Sep 11, 2003, at 10:08 US/Eastern, Andreas Barth wrote:
> >What if someone do want to distribute on a DRM media that is per
> >design not copyable (aka the "can't copy"-bit set by definition)?
> Now that I come to think of it, my answer would be "too bad." Such a
> format is fundamentally incompatible with free software.
I can't understand why, if (and only if) you interpret this delivery
as "binary" and also deliver the free source code on a free medium, so
that everyone can create their own DRM medias as they like.
That delivering only on such a medium is not ok according to GPL, is
obvious. It's also obvious that such a medium is not nice.
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