demoss at random-state.net
Wed Aug 13 23:44:32 UTC 2003
On Wed, Aug 13, 2003 at 04:44:32PM -0000, erik-nittin at imeme.net wrote:
> I don't follow. Can you give me an example of a freely distributable
[ The code is copyrighted and *apparently* freely usable and
distributable, but most definitely makes no provision
for distribution of derivative works. ]
Or anything else that is
a) Common Lisp related
b) Freely distributable, but not necessarily open source, or
has eg. a license that prohibits commercial use (eg. Picasso)
c) Not necessarily hosted on common-lisp.net.
Time will tell if this is a significant group or not, of course. But
the point is that it would be nice to have a anon FTP without any
license requirements beyond free redistribution. This means also
smaller workload for maintaining the FTP, since there is not need to
wonder if license Foo fullfills the policy.
Alternatively we could have pub/free for anything DSFG-free and
pub/non-free for non-DSFG-free, but still freely distributable.
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