Re: A possible GFDL compromise: a proposal
On Monday, Sep 15, 2003, at 02:40 US/Eastern, Mathieu Roy wrote:
No, it makes thing less clear, in fact.
- If everything that is on a Debian CD is software, it may
means that any text that can be included (for instance the
Bible) is software for Debian.
That seems quite clear. And the bible is software for Debian. Try
'apt-get install bible-kjv-text'
- But it may also means that the only content that can be on a
Debian CD must be software under the definition that I
copied from two dictionnaries in the mail I just sent.
Not at all. Look closer at Social Contract 1. It says that the DFSG is
what use use to determine if something is free software.