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Re: What does "most recent GPL" mean?

On Wed, 6 Dec 2006 00:43:16 +0100 Francesco Poli wrote:
> this thread started with a clarification request to
> <licensing@gnu.org>, where I Cc:ed debian-legal, just to notify that
> the question has been asked to the FSF and that a public response from
> them was desired.

The thread I was referring to here is

It was started as an attempt to get clarification from FSF on the issue
raised in

Well, I recently (on monday 12 february) got a *private* response from
one kind Licensing Compliance Engineer from FSF.
He confirmed that the license statement is ambiguous and problematic.
The recommended course of action is getting in touch with the
licensor(s) in order to obtain clarification on their intentions and
encourage them to rewrite the license statement in a clearer way.

I'm going to file a (normal severity) bug against the bootcd package to
request that the license statement is clarified.

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