Re: Debian and the GFDL problem
Le mercredi 04 janvier 2006 à 22:01 -0600, Federico Mena Quintero a
> It is up to Debian to follow up with the FSF on creating a new version
> of the GFDL which addresses Debian's concerns.
Indeed, and it now seems it won't happen, as the FSF hasn't moved
despite long-standing discussion efforts from Debian developers.
Furthermore, most people on debian-legal don't believe it is necessary
to create just another license. The best license for a program's
documentation is the same license as the program itself. It allows to
copy-paste things back and forth from examples to code, and to integrate
the program with the documentation without being concerned with legal
> It is also up to Debian to contact and negotiate with every individual
> author of documentation which happens to have a problematic license.
Of course, but having first the agreement of the core GNOME developers
will make this work much easier to integrate.
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