Re: Repost of the DRAFT d-l summary of the OSL v2.0
Scripsit Jeremy Hankins <email@example.com>
> - Item #5 "External Deployment" places distribution-like burdens on
> deployment. E.g., when the Work is made available over a network
> source must be distributed. This is a use restriction. While the
> DFSG does not explicitly prohibit this, the consensus on debian-legal
> is that this is non-free.
I think that the phasing "when the Work is made available over a
network" should be clarified. For a reader who doesn't read the
license and just wants the quick summary, it will look like "made
available" means "made available for download" - which isn't what the
license say and wouldn't be non-free if it was.
Henning Makholm "Also, the letters are printed. That makes the task
of identifying the handwriting much more difficult."