Re: independent.nu - DFSG compatible?
Sean Kellogg <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Saturday 27 September 2008 04:53:50 pm Ben Finney wrote:
> > > ATTENTION!!
> > > The rights are totally free for all sounds. That means you can use
> > > them as much as you want in any context you like, without needing to
> > > ask for permission.
> > Grants only right to "use", which is vague but not normally taken to
> > mean more than "perform" or "run"; i.e. a read-only use.
> How exactly can you just skip over the first sentence of this
> license in your analysis
I didn't "skip over it"; I'm taking the following "this means" as an
explanation of the intent of that sentence. If the license says "foo
means bar", I will interpret foo as meaning bar, and try not to bring
my own wishful meanings to it.
> > Doesn't grant rights to modify and redistribute, so these remain
> > reserved to the copyright holder. Fails DFSG §1 and §3.
> Sure it does... it grants all rights there in the first part.
I disagree; I think the license has told us what it means by that
first part, and its stated meaning does *not* include the rights of
redistribution and deriving modified works.
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