Brian E Carpenter <brian(_dot_)e(_dot_)carpenter(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com> writes:
On 2008-03-29 22:10, Simon Josefsson wrote:
this? However, if a license meet the requirements of OSD/FSD/DFSG,
I don't believe it is appropriate for an IETF BCP to contain
an open-ended dependency on whatever future requirements three
other organizations might publish. That's why it seems
necessary and sufficient that the BCP sets out the goals.
If the trust uses a software license for code that doesn't meet the
requirements in, say, the DFSG, would you consider that a failure? If
that happens, Debian cannot include such code.
Using the NPOSL3.0 as the software license, which I read Ray's message
to imply was being considered, would be one way to prevent Debian from
using the code.
I would agree that the references should be for a specific version of
the documents, if that is your point.
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