Change for Caldera OpenLinux Workstation
Lord Alistair Davidson, part time deity
lord_inh at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jun 28 22:38:15 UTC 2001
John Tapsell wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Klaus Schilling wrote:
> > John Tapsell writes:
> > > On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Georg C. F. Greve wrote:
> > > >Software only. So every package on the distribution must qualify
> > > >according to the Free Software definition of the FSF.
> > >
> > > Not to be picky or anything, but that would imply to me that it just contained
> > > the linux kernel and programs owned by the GNU...
> > >
> > Why? Apache is not GNU software, but it clearly qualifies as free software
> > in the sense of Stallman, just not as copyleft , nor as compatible with the
> > GNU GPL.
> I am I really the only person that thinks the saying "Pure GNU/linux" seems to
> imply it contains GNU programs??
> Does anybody understand what I am saying!?
Oh, sorry, I should've read this before posting. You're right. How about
"Certified 100% Free by the FSF"?
> /me goes to the moon and back for fun
Yikes! Have you been smoking something? ;p
Lord [INSERT NAME HERE]
Rick's World: http://www.altgeek.org/lord_inh/comic/index.html
More information about the Discussion