On 27 Jan 2008, at 13:00, FRLinux wrote:
> On Jan 27, 2008 12:53 PM, Conor Wynne <mariconor at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Now I need to add some kids surfing protection, without installing
>> proxy servers etc.
>> Any recomendations?
>> I don't see how you could achieve that without installing some kind of
> proxy even transparent. Might want to look into dansguardian which is
> free for home users. (http://dansguardian.org/)
Dans Guardian is free as in freedom and beer - it's under the GPL v.
2. However, he has an interesting twist, in that he says that
commercial users may download the software ONCE from his website to
try it, but they may not repeatedly download it from there, to get
updates etc. without paying him for commercial support. It's an
However, he also says under "DansGuardian 2 - re-licensing"
As the copyright holder, I am entitled to release DansGuardian 2
under any licence that I choose. I have chosen to release
DansGuardian 2 to most people under the GPL version 2.
All fine and dandy, but once he licenses it to anybody under the GPL
v2, those people can then give a copy of it to whomever they choose
under the terms of the license, so it's a touch odd.
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