Defining Free Software Business
mjr at phonecoop.coop
Tue Jun 27 13:38:51 UTC 2006
"Alfred M. Szmidt" <ams at gnu.org>
> The Debian Project is even less of a proprietary software vendor
> than Linux Magazine, who published Georg's Brave GNU World in a
> friendly way IIRC, so some FSFers must have thought them worthy of
> Brave GNU world is licensed under a free license that allows
> republication. Comparing a project and a magazine is beyond absurd.
Please note the highlighted part above.
> Are you going to imply that if Microsoft publishes a copy of the GNU
> Manifesto, then the "FSFers" must have thought them worthy of
If done in the same way, with recommendation at the top of a page
'Started in January 1999, the Brave GNU World is a monthly
column which has since then been released in nine languages[*]
on the web and printed in the German "Linux-Magazin," the
"Linux Magazine" U.K., "Microsoftware" (a large computer
magazine in Korea) and the "Linux-Magazine" in France.'
then I would, yes.
Hope that explains,
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