Re: Anti-TPM clauses
Olive <email@example.com> writes:
> There are known example of things that are indeed DFSG-free
By what criterion do you decide that something is "indeed DFSG-free"?
If such a criterion existed, I'm sure we'd love to know about it. It
would make our lives on this list much simpler.
> but were declared non-free by "consensus" on debian legal (the GFDL
> without non modifiable section is an example).
Again, note that a GR vote only decides *what the Debian project will
or will not do*. Such a vote cannot declare a work DFSG-free; that is
a property of the work and its license terms, unaffected by the result
of a vote.
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