Re: The purpose of debian-legal
On 2004-04-23 19:24:49 +0100 Sam Hartman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
We are not a court. We do not pursue licensing rigorously enough that
we are sure that everything we do will stand up in court.
No, we are not a court, so should avoid relying on things which look
like they are a court case waiting to happen. Most of these are just
ambiguous phrases or omissions and the clarification from the author
On the whole, I agree with you about the purpose of the list, but I
think your recent phrasing has been horribly difficult to understand
and confusing. The reply I described as "grandstanding" included a lot
of irrelevant material.
Now can we please let the list get back on topic? Your post would have
been much more appropriate for -project, I think.
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