Re: Is this license DFSG free?
* Marco ::
> email@example.com wrote:
> >It blatently fails DFSG 5, because the person modifying the
> >software may not have internet access for emailing the changes.
> >(Think perhaps a developing nation.)
> I still do not believe that this is "discrimination against
> persons or groups". This is an unreasonable interpretation of the
> original meaning of DFSG.5.
I, OTOH, do not believe that this is an unreasonable interpretation
of DFSG 5. Why should you exclude from the Free Software process
people that do not have the money to have proper internet access?
This *is* the exact meaning conveyed by the word discrimination.