Re: A possible GFDL compromise: a proposal
Mathieu Roy, 2003-09-21 09:20:11 +0200 :
> When you're forced to disregard the DFSG when working for Debian
> (because, please, making an official logo is FOR Debian) and that do
> not pose to you ethical problem, it means that the DFSG is too
> ambiguous and do not serve its purpose by drawing the line at the
> wrong place (being a pain instead of insuring the important
Maybe you don't understand that there's a difference between the
Debian project, as an entity consisting of people, and the Debian
operating system, as a collection of software. The DFSG obviously
applies to Debian-the-OS, not Debian-the-project (since
Debian-the-project also produces stuff not in Debian-the-OS, namely
contrib and non-free packages).
Or if you do, please be more specific which "Debian" you're
referring to in your future posts.
If you spit in the air, it lands in your face.
-- Tevye, in Fiddler on the roof