Re: Is NPL DFSG complient or not?
>>"Martin" == Martin Schulze <joey@kuolema.Infodrom.North.DE> writes:
Martin> If the NPL is DFSG complient, which I think it is according
Martin> to my memories, it should be listed in the DFSG/SC.
Why? We certainly do not want to list every licence which is
DFSG free as examples in the DFSG. I object to having to change the
DFSG every time a new license appears on the scene.
Martin> If the NPL is not DFSG complient, I believe, we should state why we
Martin> don't consider it as DFSG complient.
It is DFSG compliant. It just is not one of the examples. The
examples are by no means considered to be an exhaustive and complete
list (It oes nt say: these are the only licenses we feel are
compliant, it just says here are some we feel are free). We should
not change the DFSG for something this trivial.
Martin> In either case, could the web-master team put this on their todo list
I think there is no need for this.
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