Subject: Re: New FSB branding model
From: burton@openprivacy.org (Kevin A. Burton)
Date: 26 Apr 2002 16:07:29 -0700

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"Forrest J. Cavalier III" <mibsoft@mibsoftware.com> writes:

> (Not totally new, but it definitely allows a new kind
> of branding which did not exist before, to my knowledge.)
> 
> Newforge has a story running of a new tool I released for
> free software businesses.  It may not be apparent
> how it helps make money in an FSB, so I wanted to post
> here and see what people think:
> 
> The headline is "New utility helps prevent software license 
> violations"
>     http://newsforge.com/newsforge/02/04/23/163211.shtml?tid=51
<snip/>

You should just be using URIs (or even URNs) for the license file.  Don't use a
hash because this can change if you license file changes (think whitespace).

Just use urns... urn:gpl or urn:lgpl should be fine.

Kevin

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