Re: Affero General Public License
Marco d'Itri <md@Linux.IT> wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
> >Well, the discussion in March 2003 on debian-legal included the input of an
> >ftpmaster who disagrees, so this definitely isn't a case of a fringe
> >minority on -legal holding sway. That doesn't mean Debian can't reconsider
> debian-legal in 2003 *was* a fringe minority in itself.
"A fringe minority" just because it didn't include Marco d'Itri, voice
of the let-borderline-in extreme fringe...
Instead, you can look at the archives and see the whole range, including
RMS, James Troup, Ean Schussler, John Goerzen, Edmund GRIMLEY EVANS and more.
Please stop repeating the fringe lie. -legal is open to all. It's just
not easy to assert "this is free" here when it looks like it's not.
My Opinion Only: see http://people.debian.org/~mjr/
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