Re: Help Selecting License for Bacula Documentation
Mark Rafn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Mon, 15 May 2006, John Goerzen wrote:
> > Kern's main concern (correct me if I'm wrong, Kern) is that he doesn't
> > want someone to be able to publish and sell paper versions of the
> > manual.
> > Is it possible to get a license that would be both DFSG-free and meet
> > Kern's requirements?
> I hope not. It's a fundamentally non-free requirement. The ability to
> make copies and sell them is a very basic freedom.
Indeed. Does Kern want to allow people publishing and giving away paper
versions? Why hinder hacker companies that must cover their costs but
allow rich companies to publish at a loss and inflict further losses
on any hacker companies foolish enough to buy the commercial licence?
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