[Sorry for the dupe, Don. I meant to reply only to these lists.] Don Armstrong wrote: > On Mon, 15 May 2006, Ben Hutchings wrote: <snip> Thanks for the diff. > This is pretty much is just the XFree86 license; I don't think there's > any problem with works under this licence being considered DFSG Free. > > > Does this appear free and reasonably applicable to such recordings? > > I seem to remember that there are some specific legal terms relating > > to copyright of audio recordings. Is there a legal term that would > > cover "transcoding"? > > There are probably a couple, but I'm not quite sure what you're asking > for here. <snip> "Transcoding" is a technical term that might not be understood in law. There is a term "mechanical translation" but I'm not sure whether that refers to machine translation of human language or also to format conversion. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings All extremists should be taken out and shot.
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