On 10/2/05, Greg Brown <greg7224 / gmail.com> wrote:
> " The 'Ruby license' does not give permission to sell copies.
>   So it is not a free software license.
>
>   Only the fact that Ruby is also available under the GPL
>   makes Ruby free software "
>
> In order to be GPL compatible or to be free software (according to the
> FSF, at least ), you must explicitly protect all of the essential
> freedoms of free software.

Fortunately, there are options other than Stallman's twisting of the
concept "free."

-austin
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