Re: GPL violates DFSG point 3
On 6/1/06, Don Armstrong <email@example.com> wrote:
[Note that this only applies to the GPL when it is serving as a
licence under which a work in Debian is released. Random inclusion of
the GPL otherwise is not allowed because it doesn't satisfy the DFSG.]
The only exception is base-files, /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL is
included even though base-files itself is under various licenses.
However this would be an implicit exception.
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