Hi, since I've got upstreams (having copied some code from others, that's why they aren't spelling it out directly) that aren't convinced that having the rights to copy, use, modify is insufficient to meet the DFSG. From what I recall having read during NM, I've never seen any discussion comparing the rights to copy and to (re)distribute. Could someone please shed some light, and/or share pointers to some nice reading on that topic? I also believe that "You may use this program as desired without restriction" can't be understood as one is free to modify and redistribute it; but I'd appreciate your views (anyway, I believe it was meant to be free "for real", just not worded adequately -- this one dates back to 1986 -- but I'd like to make sure it's not DFSG-free as-is). Thanks in advance. Mraw, KiBi.
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