Re: Is AGPLv3 DFSG-free?
"Anthony W. Youngman" <email@example.com> wrote:
> You want the software to be BSD-Free. [...]
No, I want the software to be DFSG-Free. Don't start a BSD-GNU fire.
> The whole point of the AGPL is keep software GNU-Free and close a
> loophole where the web allows public use of GPL software but allows a
> modifier to keep the modifications private.
Is it a loophole that I am not compelled to give Sarah my modified
Iceweasel's source code if I let her use my laptop's copy?
I don't think it is. The point of the AGPL seems to be to dress up
compulsary distribution to users like that in phrases like "ensure
cooperation" which are absurd if you think analyse them.
Hope that explains,
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