[Foundation-l] Attribution survey, first results

Thomas Dalton thomas.dalton at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 18:37:38 UTC 2009

2009/3/4 Anthony <wikimail at inbox.org>:
> This is more than just an "argument" if it's being used to purport to give
> copyright licenses away.  In fact, it's not much of an "argument" at all -
> arguments aren't won by voting, unless you're defining the "argument" as
> which position more people agree with.

I've made my views on the legality clear, I'm just talking about the
legal options and then it is simply an argument about personal

>> How are you going to define "ethical"? It's an entirely subjective
>> concept, a vote is pretty much the only way we can handle it.
> I define ethical as that which promotes "the good life".  I don't think it's
> subjective at all.

Are you serious?

I think I've made my opinions perfectly clear (several times), you are
clearly aren't actually listening, so I'll stop banging my head
against a brick wall now.

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