On Thu, 2005-09-01 at 21:07 +0200, Iago Rubio wrote:
> May be I'm wrong then, but if it stands as firmware exception, it should
> match: "Explicit permission is given by the owner to freely distribute
> without restrictions".
> The restriction to sell it, is - no doubt - a restriction.
Yeah. This is going to be a tricky point, but it is a restriction on
You might be able to clarify the situation by contacting the upstream
copyright holder (sinclair? amstrad?) and getting them to provide (in
digital writing) permission to freely distribute the ROMS without any
Even getting them just to say "We permit our ROMS to be freely
distributed without restriction" will meet the FE guidelines.
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