Dr. Seuss, licensing, and WINE
rmf at lookhere.com
Sun Feb 10 08:55:12 CST 2002
David Elliott <dfe at tgwbd.org> wrote:
> And for most free software projects I think it is morally defendable to
> prevent people from even linking to them or using them in any proprietary
So, you're saying that GPLed software could not be distributed running
under windows, macos, UNIX(TM).... Nice to know that you think linux
is right for everyone.
> The very nature of moving to a license like the LGPL means it will be
> complex. This doesn't mean it has to be incomprehensible (and it isn't)
> it just means it'll be complex.
complex isn't the right word here. The problem is that it is UNCLEAR
in certain places. I challenge anyone to show me what "work that uses the
library", "work based on the library", and "whole" means in the context
> If you take the average software company, more likely it'll be spent on a
> private jet for the CEO.
your "average" company must be considerably larger than any of the companies
I worked with....
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