Re: Bug#316487: debian-installer-manual: Missing copyright credit: Karsten M. Self for section C.4
On Sat, Jul 02, 2005 at 07:27:51AM -0700, Karsten M. Self wrote:
> I'll further note that someone not familiar with the debian-legal lists
> relationship to the Debian project, and encountering legally void,
> factually incorrect, and grossly inflammetory comments such as those
> authored, repeatedly, by Glenn Maynard, particularly if already
> disinclined to grant benefit of the doubt to the Debian Project and its
> parterns as a result of being tortiously wronged due to copyright
> violations, might be very much inclined to take a number of actions.
> Posts such as those of Maynards aren't merely ignorant, but put the
> Project and its partners at increased legal risk.
If discussing the manners in which a license violation can be properly
resolved is to be deemed "putting the Project at increased legal risk",
then I suppose the list should be dissolved.
I do find these personal, repeated attacks to be highly inflammatory
(and so trollishly so that I don't feel responding to them individually
to be necessary). If you're incapable of discussing a subject civilly
and respectfully, then I'm not interested in discussing it with you at
> To reiterate: Debian developers not taking their obligations to
> copyright and license compliance most seriously are putting a large
> number of people at very serious, costly risk.
Debian and d-legal take license compliance very seriously, and nothing
I've said suggests otherwise. If you believe otherwise, you're badly
Like many participants on this list, I'm also not a DD, and have never
represented myself to be one.
In any event, you've shown yourself to be incapable of polite discussion,
having started out rudely demanding and quickly working your way to flaming,
despite the fact that everyone else involved has been civil and patient.
I'm going to expend my patience on someone else. Bye.