On Fri, 2006-10-13 at 17:11 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Mark Rosenstand wrote:
>> I can agree with that. However, it is my understanding that what truly
>> makes up the software, the code, is still "free".
> It's not; you cannot modify it.
Of course you can. Nobody would be able to fork it if it wasnt Free
software. The mozilla codebase is trilicensed under GPL/LGPL/MPL where
all there of them are Free software licenses. The current issues are
related to trademarks and not copyright licenses.
Not if you want to use the Firefox name. (Yeah, I agree it's stupid, but
I also understand aillon's explanation - still, it's not free.)