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Thanks for some insights between OSI and DFSG
I certianly didn't mean to imply that DFSG would accept just because OSI
>From a process and end-goal perspective they appear to be different

Though from a legal perspective I respect rossen (who has left OSI) and
assume his evaluation that the DFA/FAR clause in question did not violate
the guidelines/definition  for the OSSI and it appears the APPL (Apple)
licenses would be a pretty good indicator, but as you say nothing more then
an indicator

Curious quesiton, is there any OSI approved license that DFSG has
rejected/disapproved as not compliant with the guidelines?   
(Setting aside nonGPL compliant licenses and GPL compliancy issues of
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