Re: DRAFT summary of the OPL; feedback requested
Don Armstrong <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Like caselaw, it's entirely appropriate to base our decisions on cases
> that we've examined before, and the metrics we've used to make those
> decisions. Of course, we probably should make an attempt to provide a
> cite to the places where the metrics we are using are initialy
I'd prefer to include this in the DFSG faq and refer to that, rather
than including it in each summary -- at least for the more common tests.
Does anyone remember when/how the dessert island test & the dissident
test came into being? IIRC, the tentacles of evil test was invented
without much of a context.
Jeremy Hankins <email@example.com>
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