On Sun, May 30, 2004 at 05:50:31PM -0400, Glenn Maynard wrote: > On Sun, May 30, 2004 at 05:36:42PM -0400, Anthony DeRobertis wrote: > > On May 25, 2004, at 01:03, Branden Robinson wrote: > > >I don't think requiring a verbatim statement is "supporting > > >documentation" is any less obnoxious than requiring a verbatim > > >statement > > >in "advertising materials". > > > > I disagree. It's usually in any of the "supporting documentation" vs. > > in all of the advertising materials. > > > > i.e., we include it in the supporting documentation > > /usr/share/doc/PACAGE/copyright, which we have to include anyway. > > Some require it in the "end-user documentation" (Apache), which seems > stronger. That's a problem, then. > (The copyright file isn't really for end users, since you > shouldn't have to accept free licenses to use free software.) Eh? What does simple notification have to do with acceptance ceremonies? I'm going to have to differ with you here. The copyright file is for everyone. That we make it available in plain-text, uncompressed form rather than in spinning, throbbing OpenGL-rendered 3D text over a thumping dance music soundtrack is a feature, not a bug. > The real intent of that wording seems to be eg. manuals. It would be good to get clarification on this point from the ASF. -- G. Branden Robinson | It's like I have a shotgun in my Debian GNU/Linux | mouth, I've got my finger on the firstname.lastname@example.org | trigger, and I like the taste of http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | the gunmetal. -- Robert Downey, Jr.
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