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Bug#509546: marked as done (www.debian.org: not suitable consultants list)

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Hi webmasters,

 I saw http://www.debian.org/consultants/index.en.html#Japan, and was very
 very surprised, because there is the name "nihonsoft".

 They are slashdotted (in slashdot.jp) some years ago... why? 
 Because they made their own Linux distribution by just replacing copyright
 holders name with using sed or something...OH NO.

 And they would licensed their distribution under "GGPL", they say 
 "Greater Good Public License", most of the people think it violate GPL 
 (or other licenses), but they don't think so.
 ...it's cruel, but not just a joke. It's true.

 They renamed their license as CGPL, http://cgpl.org/, but just change
 its name.

 They don't know about what is Free Software, what is copyright (or copyleft) 
 and license. They don't have ANY trust from people who cares about Linux and 
 lives in Japan. (If you don't believe, just ask any Japanese FLOSS developers!)

 and others, http://www.fasp.tv/ stops their job (says in their page).

 http://www.codwiz.com/ says only "meaningless" thing, and I'm working for 
 Debian 5 or 6 years (make and maintain packages, translate, join community 
 events), but didn't heared about them... it's so strange thing ;-)

 Strongly, I proposed to remove them from this list.
 And next time you will add consultants in Japan on that page, 
 please ask us - Japanese Debian Developer/Maintainer/Contributors.


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 Hideki Yamane     henrich @ debian.or.jp/iijmio-mail.jp

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AFAICT David Fu responded to all objections of Hideki Yamane, thus 

Offtopic discussions among Debian users and developers:

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