>>>>> "Francesco" == Francesco Poli <invernom...@paranoici.org> writes:

    Francesco> So licensing under the terms of the GNU GPL v2 and then
    Francesco> adding further restrictions creates a self-contradiction.
    Francesco> That does not seem a correct way to apply the GPL...

No, it does not.  That term--the term that forbids you from adding
restrictions--clearly conflicts with the "main body of the license," so
the main body of the license rather than the GPL controls.  Clearly such
a license is not GPL compatible, although it may be free.  Other
discussion in this thread suggests it is in fact non-free, but I want to
push back on the idea that the license is self-contradictory (and thus

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