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Re: What to do when the LaTeX sources are missing, but an XML equivalent was rewritten from scratch ?

On Mo, 19 Nov 2007, Russ Allbery wrote:
> In the absence of an explicit copyright license, Debian has generally
> taken the conservative position that just because something is available
> for download doesn't grant an implicit license, and hence doesn't mean
> that you can redistribute it or make any derivative work from it
> (including extracting pieces of it).

Assume that author X bought the fonts, embedded them into a document and
put an article using these fonts on his web page with the statement: The
document is free to use and distribute. The author is acting strictly
conforming to the license granted to him by the font company.

Best wishes


Dr. Norbert Preining <preining@logic.at>        Vienna University of Technology
Debian Developer <preining@debian.org>                         Debian TeX Group
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