Re: Is this license DFSG free?
On Sunday 12 June 2005 12:19 am, Wei Mingzhi wrote:
> A free software license should not require any
> modifications to be submitted to the initial
> developer. This doesn't seem to allow releasing my
> modified code _myself_ without submitting it to
> anyone, only the initial developer can do so.
> also this is from the DFSG FAQ:
Stop right there... my whole point in criticizing those who believe this to
be non-free is that they cannot site an actual clause of the DFSG to support
the position. The FAQ is non-binding, as an earlier poster said in a rare
moment of humility on this list "the opinions of a few d-l posters." I find
great satisfaction in the dissident test myself, but I agree with a lot of
things that don't happen to be in my nation's Constitution... doesn't make
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