Re: An amendment (Re: Formal CFV: General Resolution to Abolish Non-Free)
email@example.com (Brian Mays) writes:
> > Brian Mays <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > Surely you do not believe this, do you? There will ALWAYS be useful
> > > software (at least, useful to someone) with licenses that fail our
> > > somewhat arbitrary criteria for what we consider to be free.
> Thomas Bushnell, BSG <email@example.com> replied:
> > Does the phrase "somewhat arbitrary" denote your respect for and
> > agreement with the DFSG?
> This phrase is neutral, a statement of fact. The DSFG as it exists
> today is the result of compromise. I have always felt that compromise
> is good.
I intended my comment as humorous, and I fear it might not have been
taken that way. No disrespect was intended.