Re: Question about a "custom" license from dictconfig
>> Also, how does not allowing the usage of a name in advertising make it
>> non-DFSG free?
> Discrimination against named persons fails DFSG 5 for sure, doesn't it?
> It might also fail 1 or 3 because it seems like the reverse of licences
> that REQUIRE authors to disclose their names, which I think have been
> widely regarded as failing to meet DFSG and even gave rise to the
> Dissident Test.
> Hope that explains,
Okay, good point. I'll write to Vinay Sajip and ask him to relicense his