Re: summary of software licenses in non-free
> > If they fail our own guidelines for Free Software they are not free,
> > non-free. Calling them semi-free suggest that they are not, which is wrong.
> > Calling them so is only sham and will contribute to confusion.
> tell me, is grey black or is it white?
It is non-white.
> PS: excluding the last sentence, what you say above is why i prefer the term
> 'almost-free' to 'semi-free' - "almost" is more perjorative than "semi", it has
> implications of failure, of inadequacy.
To me, "semi-free" means "about 50% free", while "almost-free" means
"close to 100% free" -- hence, I'd say "semi" is more perjorative