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Re: Is this license DFSG free?

> 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.  

I've already said that it goes against the 3rd clause
of DFSG, because it permits neither releasing a
modified version myself nor modify the program without
sending it to the original developer. It just doesn't
allow others modify the program freely.

Wei Mingzhi


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