Joined: April 2006
||Posted: Jan. 03 2008,20:07
I'm completely ignorant about the legal/ethical issues around Wiki documents. Can anybody post official looking documents and write anything they please? That seems to be the present case, and there's no disclaimer or name of the author on it that I can see.
The doc in question states:
"A list of unexpected behaviors with the latest versions of Damn Small Linux"
There seems to be considerable disagreement regarding what is "expected behavior" between the author ( a newbee) and the developer, and yet he completely disregards feedback and just upped the ante with another listing
In any other sphere, this would be grounds for libel, in that it could potentially discourage potential users from trying out DSL and be damaging to the reputation of DSL. Any lawyers on the board?