[Python-3000] C API for ints and strings
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Tue Sep 11 02:07:39 CEST 2007
Martin v. Löwis wrote:
> The first right of the user is to get the source code
> easily, without having to beg for it. Only then it is also
> the user's right to modify it, and use the modified version
> in the application.
Where does begging come into it? As long as the user
is provided with information which allows them to
easily obtain the source, there shouldn't be a
What does "from the same source" mean, anyway? On
the same hard disk? On a disk connected to the same
computer? On a server in the same room? Same building?
Owned by the same person/company?
If there's a link on the same web page that works
when the user clicks on it, I don't think they're
even going to notice the difference.
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