Re: distributable but non-free documents
On Mon, Mar 04, 2002 at 06:19:19PM -0600, Steve Greenland wrote:
> > When I find a bug in the glibc manual, and read up POSIX to find
> > out what it should be, I have to close my eyes for a minute and try
> > to forget what I just read before writing a bug report. It would be
> > easier to move the mouse, c&p the missing sentence and paste it into
> > the glibc manual. But I am not allowed to do that, by copyright.
> While the rest of your post is spot-on, I think quoting a sentence for
> purpose of a bug report is covered by fair use.
Yes, quoting. But I was not quoting in the bug report, but sending a patch
for the manual.
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