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Re: PHP License for PHP Group packages



On Fri, 3 Feb 2006 17:59:05 -0500 Glenn Maynard wrote:

> I don't know if it's a battle worth fighting now.  Like patch clauses,
> there are so few of them that it's probably not that big a battle, but
> if you do want to fight that fight, I don't think "PHP" is any worse
> than "Apache", so the objection should be extended across the others
> and not single out PHP.

Wasn't this issue solved in Apache License Version 2.0?

If this is case, the most 'critical' package that still has this kind of
non-freeness seems to be php...

And yes, I think it's a battle worth fighting, 'cause a DFSG-free PHP
would benefit Free Software and Debian users, but PHP is not DFSG-free,
currently...

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