Re: AROS License DFSG ok?
Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> However, 8.2b terminates rights when you sue a Participant alleging that
> *anything* infringes any patent.
> As far as I know, *nobody* thinks that is OK. For instance, it could be over
> Participant's use of your patent for extracting aluminum from ore.
It terminates a right we don't require in the first place. If the patent
is actively enforced, we potentially have problems - if it isn't, why is
it more of a problem than a license which didn't grant those permissions
in the first place?
> So the license is definitely not DFSG-free.
This statement disagrees with several voiced opinions in the discussion
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