Re: http://www.debian.org/social_contract changes
No problem, sounds good. The trailer (Bruce wrote this, feel free to reuse
it) should go under both the DSFG and the Social Contract, right? I'm
assuming Bruce wrote both, and the reuse applies to both as well. Thanks!
In message <[🔎] 19981028130044.C11765@debian.org>, "James A. Treacy" writes:
>On Wed, Oct 28, 1998 at 12:43:35PM -0500, Nils Lohner wrote:
>> I'd agree except that the part I'm referring to are not a part of the
>> contract. The change is just in the intro to the contract. I can post
>> to -private if you like, but I don't see the need for it. Actually the
>> are Debian..' sounds Borg-ish... maybe something more subtle like
>> "Debian, the producers of the Debian GNU/Linux system, have created the
>> 'Debian Social Contract' which is a set of commitments that we offer to
>> free software community.
>You're right, it's not part of the social contract itself. I propose the
>following text for the introduction. If you agree, I'll commit it to CVS.
> <P>Debian, the producers of the Debian GNU/Linux system, have created the
> <strong>Debian Social Contract</strong>. The contract, initially designed
> as as a set of commitments that we agree to abide by, has been adopted by
> the majority of the free software community as the basis of the
> <a href="http://www.opensource.org/">Open Source</a> movement.
>The splitting of the files will have to wait until I have a half hour to
>kill looking for links that will break.