Re: debian-legal review of licenses
Scripsit Daniel Quinlan <email@example.com>
> What I was saying that if advance approval was the practice,
Advance approval will never happen in any form that I think you'd find
useful. If we "advance approved" something it would mean that we cound
not act if we later discovered a non-free facet of it that we'd missed
originally. We don't want to paint ourselves into a corner that way.
The ability to fix bugs is the crown jewel of software freedom. This
applies with full force to the bug that consists of accidentally
letting non-free software into Debian: We want to be able to fix it.
Henning Makholm "... popping pussies into pies
Wouldn't do in my shop
just the thought of it's enough to make you sick
and I'm telling you them pussy cats is quick ..."