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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Bacula Status Report
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2013 22:34:57 +0100
From: Matija Šuklje <hook@...>
Organization: Free Software Foundation Europe
To: bacula-users <bacula-users@...>, bacula-devel
CC: Kern Sibbald <kern@...>
Dear Bacula devs and users,
It's the stated policy of the FLA programme that the authors of a program
remain in control of the strategic direction of their project. As FSFE, we
acknowledge that the Bacula authors have made the choice to permit a
version of the program to be distributed alongside the free version.
But we neither endorse nor encourage this choice, and we certainly don't
it's a „model for the industry“.
For more details on the Fiduciary programme please see:
and the specific agreement regarding Bacula:
FSFE Legal Coordinator
and Fellowship group Slovenia Coordinator
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