Bug#158533: project: qmail is installed on murphy
>>"Raul" == Raul Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Raul>  qmail is always redistributed at no or very-low cost and
Raul> almost always in source form. Source can be retained
Raul> indefinitely, and can be redistributed indefinitely.
Cost has little to do with free as the DFSG defines it, so
this is a bit of a red herring. May one distribute modified versions
of the software? May one distribute binary copies?
Raul>  qmail is the best option available -- no one has cared enough to
Raul> write a free replacement that provides qmail's security, performance,
Raul> stability and features.
You shall get arguments about that. I postfix markedly
inferior? And the non freeness of qmail does detract from the
suitability of using it in Debian.
Raul> Personally, I'm considering proposing a constitutional amendment which
Raul> provides specific exceptions to clauses 3 and 4 of the DFSG, and related
Raul> guidelines (such as FHS) for Dan Bernstein's software.
You have an uphil task before you to convince me of the
desirability of this GR.
I don't know why, but first C programs tend to look a lot worse than
first programs in any other language (maybe except for fortran, but
then I suspect all fortran programs look like `firsts') Olaf Kirch
Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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