I know that FOSS is the acronym for Free "and" Open Source Software.
Or does it mean Free "or" Open Source Software?
For example: to be considered FOSS, a program's license must be included in both FSF and OSI lists of approved licenses, or the belonging to only one of the two lists is enough? Fedora uses only FOSS software; does this mean that licenses adopted by software included in Fedora should be approved by both FSF and OSI?
Any help will be very appreciated.
This question is essentially he same as
http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/21907/open-source-but-not-free-software-or-vice-versa, and so I understand that it has to be closed. However thanks to all for your answers.