Re: Cover texts, GFDL, and Debian logos
On Sun, Feb 29, 2004 at 11:34:59AM +1100, Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> How is the Debian logo so different from "front cover texts"?
Because it is not distributed in Debian 'main' ? Because I can not think
of any occurence where it would hurt to just replace it with another
logo? Because it is a god damn logo?
> Why is documentation not different from software?
Why _is_ it different then software?
I tried to discuss this at the LDP mailing list before, but
I got no satisfying answers. Why do some documentation authors who
write their documentation about and with Free Software think that
_their_ work is so much better, sacred, whatever, than the software they
use? I would really be glad to see one good answer to this...
> What about philosophical documentation?
Yeah, why is it different?
> What about our social contract, our developer guidelines, etc?
> - Are they free software?
> - Are they free documentation?
> - Are they free for others to modify and distribute?
> - And are they distributed in Debian "main"?
These are the only questions I found mildly interesting.
Go and check it.
And what has this to do with -devel? Go to -legal, -doc or -project.
[Sorry for any offenses, in a bad mood today]
Frank Lichtenheld <firstname.lastname@example.org>