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Re: FAIwiki - proposal for an other License but Creative Commons - was: Re: FAIwiki Copyrights

On Sat, 2005-08-06 at 01:21 -0700, Michael K. Edwards wrote:
> On 8/6/05, Henning Sprang <henning_sprang@gmx.de> wrote:
> > It's in fact an interesting question if there is somebody alive and
> > reading mail in debian-legal. Or do we need to prove that fai is a
> > debian package? - dpkg/apt-cache should do that better than us. Or is it
> > a subscribed-only list that doesn't tell use we're not subscribed, just
> > stores the mails in /dev/null as long as we're not?
> We in debian-legal seem to be fully occupied with our regularly
> scheduled flame-fest.  I expect that everyone will be happiest if
> FAIwiki content is dual-licensed GPL and
> your-choice-of-attribute-me-harder-license unless marked otherwise. 
> Don't quote me on that, though; IANADD, IANAL, and currently I think a
> sizable minority would disagree with me on that just out of spite.

Sorry for the not-so-nice way of me asking if you are alive there, and
thanks very much for the reply.

Actually, when I remember correctly the configuration of linux-fai
(which is not in my responsibility), _this_ mail really got stored
in /dev/null at uni-koeln.de somewhere, without anybody being noticed,
and I will forward it therefore to the linux-fai list.

So in case somebody from debian-legal had answered before, only to the
list, we really might not have gotten it ( I just see this happened once
in the archive, I will also forward the mail from Francesco Poli -
http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal/2005/08/msg00075.html to the

I am very sorry for realizing only now how real my objection with
the /dev/null thing was - only on the wrong side - when seeing that I
get this mail only one time, while I should get it twice (list +
personal), and that something like that (mails to /dev/null) happened a
while ago when I posted to linux-fai from the wrong address.


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