In message <99042210462800.00566 at ws012990>, Harry Moreau writes:
>Debian and others closely associated with the Free Software Foundation
>seem to have a problem with any licence that isn't GPL or LGPL. Unless it's
>one of the BSD style ones - they don't seem to object too much to them.
>I don't think they really have a huge leg to stand on as far as Corel
using Debian & KDE is. It is about the same as mandrake Linux, which is Redhat 5.2, with KDE. Anyway, I would have to guess that they already checked
with debian before releasing a press release mentioning them. The new QT
license is definitely more acceptable to the GNU people anyway, and that will
apply to qt-2.
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