he is "indifferent to the business decisions of these vendors".
He continued by saying: "I think this provides a good opportunity for XFree86 to cut out the middle-man, and go back to a stronger emphasis on
providing our software directly to the end user as we did in the early days."
David Dawes says he "doesn't see anything outrageous" with the new Xfree86 4.4.0 licence. But Linux vendors disagree, and cite two main problems.