Re: Licenses for DebConf6
On Sat, 12 Nov 2005 10:26:52 +1000, Anthony Towns
> On Fri, Nov 11, 2005 at 12:49:21AM -0800, Don Armstrong wrote:
>> [If this poses a problem, you always have the option of not
>> presenting, or presenting your work in an informal session.]
> Does this really have to devolve to "if you don't like it, go away"
> already? How about showing your potential speakers enough courtesy
> to at least consider their concerns, and enough respect to believe
> that they're scrupulous enough that they'll do the right thing even
> without being forced? Or, for that matter, having the flexibility to
> accept that sometimes the right thing changes depending on the
Err, if this compilation is a project Debian product, or is
associated with us, then it seems like we are doing to presentation
software bits what we ask of producers of other kinds of software
bits: If you want it to be part of debian, you must ship all them
software bits under a license we deem free.
Why are presentation 0's and 1-s any different from executable
0's and 1's, or documentation 0's and 1's ?
Again, if debconf is not related to debian, than none of this
applies, and in that case, can we take this off a mailing list for
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