anonymous
These assumptions were made on a very old version of The License. They have since released a patch to this bug, as it were.

http://www.truecrypt.org/legal/license

FSF nor the OSI are the arbiter or Gods over all code. They're political organizations. The "CrimethInc. N©! license" is not FSF compatible either. Almost half of the Creative Commons Licenses would fail this test because they contain non-commercial, no deriv clauses. BSD while open and permissive, is still technically not "Free" according to the FSF zealots. "TrueCrypt-compatible" raises security concerns, much like the Debian SSL fiasco. TrueCrypt is "Open" and "Free" enough.
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Pierce
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