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Re: {SPAM} Re: Anton's amendment

This one time, at band camp, Daniel Ruoso said:
> > So, if I were to write a program, which at startup displays the
> > entiretity of the GNU Manifesto, and wrote a license, which would be
> > GPL with the addition that the startup display may not be modified,
> > only amended, you would consider this program a DFSG program and it
> > could go into main?
> IMHO, it's non-free. It's completely reasonable to want to remove the
> startup display at all...

Except that the GPL already explicitly precludes modifications of this
type (not this scope, but this type, mind you), and our foundation
documents consider the GPL a free license.
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