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Re: Anti-TPM clauses

> Olive wrote:
>> non DFSG-free. Debian legal is only a mailing list to discuss licenses, by 
>> no means it is a tribunal that can take official decision. Only the ftp 
>> masters or a vote can decide litigious cases. 

Uh, litigious cases get decided by a court presumably. "Contentious" might
be the word you're looking for...

On Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 08:56:40PM +0530, Shriramana Sharma wrote:
> And whom do the ftp-masters themselves answer to? Quis custodiet ipsos 
> custodes? Debian is answerable to the public, you know.

No, Debian's answerable to its members, which is the "or a vote" option
above. The only senses in which Debian's answerable to the public is by
people using other distros instead, or getting courts/police/whatever
to force us to (not) do things.


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