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[Discuss] OSS licenses (was Home NAS redux)

> From: at [mailto:discuss-
> at] On Behalf Of John Abreau
> Under democracy, citizens are prohibited from seizing power by force and
> imposing a military dictatorship on their fellow citizens. Under anarchy,
> citizens are not so prohibited.
> The equivalent CDDL-type argument would be that anarchy is "more free"
> because you're not prohibited from taking away everyone else's freedom.
> It strikes me as absurd to claim that a system that fails to protect
> freedom is somehow "more free".

I think you're hinting that CDDL fails to protect freedom.  Please elaborate, but begin by reading the CDDL.

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