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Re: Lets speak about freeness, ...

On Thu, Jun 22, 2000 at 11:01:27AM +1000, Craig Sanders wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 08:00:16PM -0400, Branden Robinson wrote:
> > G. Branden Robinson            |    It's not a matter of alienating authors.
> > Debian GNU/Linux               |    They have every right to license their
> > branden@ecn.purdue.edu         |    software however we like.
> > roger.ecn.purdue.edu/~branden/ |    -- Craig Sanders, in debian-devel
> 1. you do not have my permission to quote me.

I do not need your permission to quote statements you make in a public forum
(see below), especially small snippets that easily fall within the bounds of
Fair Use.  If the laws of Australia differ in this regard, you are free to seek
my extradiction to your country for trial.

> it's bad enough that that
> moron joseph does the same thing without permission - i thought you at
> least had some sense of personal ethics.

I have long sinse given up attempting to influence your opinion on anything
whatsoever, even with facts.  Therefore I don't feel terribly reponsible
for your opinion of my ethics; you will apparently reach whatever
conclusions you desire without the complication of any actual data.

> 2. i do not recall the context of that quote, but it looks like an
> obvious typo to me. or perhaps a deliberate joke. don't know, don't
> care.

****quoted material**** [...] represents excision
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 12:43:53 +1000
From: Craig Sanders <cas@taz.net.au>
To: David Bristel <targon@targonia.com>
Cc: Oliver Elphick <olly@lfix.co.uk>,
        Raphael Bossek <raphael.bossek@solutions4linux.de>,
        debian-devel@lists.debian.org, Dan Stevens <dan@rebol.com>
Subject: Re: [dan@rebol.com: Re: unofficial REQUEST for support DEBIAN  GNU/Linux]
Message-ID: <19991029124353.W7746@taz.net.au>
> While I would hope that this license would change at some time in the
> future, I do not feel it is good to alienate the authors of a program
> or package by pushing them to make this sort of change against their
> will.

it's not a matter of alienating authors. they have every right to
license their software however we like.
***end quoted material***

But as you said, you don't care.

G. Branden Robinson             |    The key to being a Southern Baptist:
Debian GNU/Linux                |    It ain't a sin if you don't get caught.
branden@debian.org              |    -- Anthony Davidson
http://www.debian.org/~branden/ |

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