Re: Results for Debian's Position on the GFDL
Adam McKenna writes:
> But if you haven't given the copies to anyone, you can't be trying to
> obstruct or control the reading or further copying done by anyone except
> I understand what you're trying to say, but it's wrong. You are insisting
> on a basically insane literal interpretation of the license.
As far as I know, debian-legal has never tried to interpret a license
contrary to what the text says just because someone thinks reading the
text in the most straightforward way is "basically insane". The usual
conclusion in such cases is that the license is in fact flawed.