Re: GFDL GR: Amendment: invariant-less in main v2
* Nathanael Nerode [Fri, 10 Feb 2006 01:51:33 -0500]:
> So, does this mean that if this amendment is passed, outlawing storing a copy
> of a document with non-world-readable permission is considered an acceptable,
> free restriction by the Developers? Really?
> I *hope* that this amendment is simply supposed to mean that the Developers
> don't believe that the DRM clause imposes such restrictions (despite the fact
> that reading it literally, it does). But at the moment, which of these two
> positions is being pushed by the amendment is not clear to me. Adeodato?
The latter. From the last paragraph in my mail:
| I don't see much point in carrying details about the other two issues,
| when they don't affect us at all.
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