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Re: RedHat SRPMS



On Friday, October 3, 2003, at 11:37 AM, Xose Vazquez Perez wrote:

Federico Sacerdoti wrote:

I could reliably argue that this (3a) means the Internet. A vast
majority of software in our realm is distributed this way, etc.
Also, an argument could also be made that the source must be available
over the same medium as the binaries. If you distribute your binary via
the Internet, the source must also be available over the Internet.
Otherwise, you are making the source "more difficult" to get in some
sense, and are violating 3a) almost by definition.

We were talking about Enterprise distributions. Neither RHEL nor United Linux binaries or ISO were distributed freely over the NET.


We are talking in general terms about the GPL and its requirements. I agree that some RedHat products are not available over the Internet.




Federico

Rocks Cluster Group, San Diego Supercomputing Center, CA




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