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Re: GR proposal: GFDL with no Invariant Sections is free

olive <olive.lin@versateladsl.be> wrote:
> By the way, there are licenses which in my opinion more clearly violates 
> the DFSGL and are nevertheless accepted. I think of a license of a file 
> in x.org which prohibit to export it to Cuba. This seems clearly be a 
> discrimination and moreover it fails the dissident test (even if in this 
> case the dissidant might be a U.S citizen; not a chinese one). For 
> someone (like me) living outside the U.S. this is even more flagrant 
> because to export goods to Cuba is perfectly legal from my country.

Which license is this?  I ran

  find /usr/share/doc/ -name copyright | xargs -n 100 grep -i cuba

and did not find anything.  Running a google search on
packages.debian.org also did not find anything.

Walter Landry

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