Re: kaid license non-free?
On Fri, Dec 23, 2005 at 07:00:28PM +1100, Andrew Donnellan wrote:
> Yes, I agree that it is still non-free, but it only causes practical
> problems if used in that way. But it is still non free by the FSF Free
> Software Definition Freedom 0 and by the DFSG. If there is an
> alternative server, then it is still non-free but does not cause the
> same practical problems.
Huh? If you're saying the clause doesn't cause problems when not using
the software in ways described by the clause, that's true--just as
restrictions on modification make no practical difference if you're
not modifying the software--but I'm not sure how that's interesting.
(Please don't top-post.)