Hi Debian legal
I am writing you to ask a question that someone I know doesnt believe. It
has to do with the Swiftfox license. Can you please confirm or deny that it
passes the DFSG? Thanks. I say it doesnt, but he requires proof. Thanks.
Here is the license.
SWIFTFOX LICENSE AND RESTRICTIONS
1. Swiftfox binaries are not distributed under the MPL
license and are not freely distributable. Swiftfox
is licensed only to the user that downloads the
binary from getswiftfox.com and no distribution
to other parties is allowable under this license.
Download of any binary from getswiftfox.com
constitutes acceptance of these terms.
2. Swiftfox source code is available for download from
getswiftfox.com which is in keeping with the
requirements set forth by mozilla.org. This source
code includes all patches that have been applied to
create Swiftfox other than those that involve
branding. Swiftfox source code compiles correctly
on my build machine. No warranty or support is
provided for builders.
3. Source code only is licensed MPL as required by
Binaries are not MPL and no redistribution of
binaries is allowable under any circumstances.
4. Swiftfox as a brand is trademark Jason Halme
<email@example.com> and as such builders must
either use the default unofficial build name as
supplied by mozilla.org or create a name of your
choosing other than Swiftfox. No Swiftfox branding
is allowable in unofficial builds.
5. These license restrictions are in place to protect
the integrity of Swiftfox and to ensure that when
users of the community download and install Swiftfox
they can be assured they are getting an official
build that has not been altered in anyway that might
include malicious content.
Thanks for your time.
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