Subject: Re: A prototype License Wizard up and running
From: Russell Nelson <nelson@crynwr.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2005 19:47:39 -0400

John Cowan writes:
 > Russell Nelson scripsit:
 > 
 > > If you believe http://www.benedict.com/Digital/Software/OpenSourceWiz.aspx
 > > then 32 licenses are needed.  Six binary attributes taken to the power
 > > of two is 32.
 > 
 > That would be 64, the last time I tried it.

/me blushes.

 > > It may be that some of those combinations don't make sense, and so
 > > there may be no license that fulfills those combinations.  But still,
 > > claiming that three licenses are sufficient, as you and Sam Greenblatt
 > > claim, seems a bit of a stretch.
 > 
 > Indeed this wizard recommends ....

Yes, my point was that I think that there are many more reasonable
choices than the three that Bruce laid out.  As soon as you have two
binary attributes, you end up with four.

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