Re: Debian FreeBSD
On 19 Nov 1999, Peter Makholm wrote:
> John Goerzen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > This is a very bad idea.
> > Why? The BSD license.
> I see no problem with SPI supporting all kinds of free software and
> Debian FreeBSD won't become propitary it can't nobody can tell us
> (Debian) to stop developing it as a piece of free software.
Just to state that i fully approve of this. I see no problem with
commercialization of Debian as long as it stays free. That's why we
(among other things) we provide our distribution e.g. for entities like
Corel, don't we? A distribution which is not commercially viable in the
Real World[TM] is not very likely to be widely used. I personally have no
interest working in a project which creates only products for an irreal
ideal world made only for clinically clean free software zealots.
Cheers, P. *8^)
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