[GnuPG] DCO for Werner Koch
gniibe at fsij.org
Mon Apr 1 04:26:26 CEST 2013
On 2013-03-29 at 09:34 -0400, W. Trevor King wrote:
> Can you point me towards a
> license that qualifies as “open source” but not as “free software” (or
> vice versa)?
I think that when we say "open source license", there would be two
(1) OSI-approved Licenses
(2) Licenses that comply with the Open Source Definition
The set of #1 is smaller than one of #2.
Speaking for major licenses, I think that Original BSD license or Ruby
license are in #2, but not in #1. Those are free software licenses,
There are only minor licenses in #1 which are not free software
licenses. I found two: NASA Open Source Agreement 1.3 and Sybase Open
Watcom Public License version 1.0.
Other than licenses, you can see  for the differences.
 Section "Practical Differences between Free Software and Open Source"
in "Why Open Source misses the point of Free Software".
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