Documentation for Debian-edu and license (was: [Debian Wiki] Update of "DebianEdu/CipUX/License" by ChristianKuelker)
- To: Christian Kuelker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Documentation for Debian-edu and license (was: [Debian Wiki] Update of "DebianEdu/CipUX/License" by ChristianKuelker)
- From: Finn-Arne Johansen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 11:25:44 +0200
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Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> [Christian Kuelker]
>>The Documentation of CipUX is GFDL with no invariant sections.
>>You can change that too.
> Actually, only the author of a text can legally change its license.
>>You should know it, the GFDL with no invariant sections should
>>comply the DFSG. If the DFSG will change its mind then we could
>>change the license.
> Yes. But it is not possible to cut-n-paste between GPL- and
> GFDL-licensed content, and that make it hard to share text between GPL
> programs and GFDL documentation. What about licensing the
> documentation using GPL? That is my recommendation, at least.
And I wont edit the documentation written by someone else, and releases
So please change the License to GPL.
Lets move the discussion to debian-edu, to get more people aware of this.
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