Re: A possible GFDL compromise
On Wednesday, Aug 27, 2003, at 12:41 US/Eastern, Sergey Spiridonov
According to your statement, any license do not put any restriction on
user. It does a copyright law. GPL lifts some limits to restrict > users.
No. Look at a M$ EULA, for example. It demands things far in excess of
what copyright law does.
So does FDL.
It places restrictions on outside the scope of copyright law, for
example, the thing about not allowing access controls on copies made or
The GPL does, too (for example, requiring notices of changes in source
code) so I'm not sure what Brian's point is... <shrug>