Re: For those who care about the GR
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Q1.1) Are GFDL licensed works without invariant texts non-free?
> Well, according to the RM team, and some developers (full
> disclosure: myself included), yes, they are, even if there is no
> explicit infraction of specific portions of our guidelines.
> The release team, a delegated body, has unequivocally stated that
> the GFDL licensed works are non-free, with no codicils and riders
> about absence of invariant clauses.
> Absent any other action, I am, by my own analysis, and the actions
> of the RM team, going to treat these works as non-free -- and this
> impacts issue 2.
> So, can the developers dispute this? Obviously, the developer
> body can dispute any delegated action.
And the consititution does not specifiy a supermajority requirement for
this case, while it specifically does so if the TC is overruled.
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