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Re: Debian and the GFDL problem

On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 08:46:48AM +0100, Vincent Untz wrote:
> > Of course, but having first the agreement of the core GNOME developers
> > will make this work much easier to integrate.
> Well, you really just need the agreement of the people who wrote (and
> are still writing) the docs :-)

Well, the people who are still writing the docs might not continue doing
so next year. Also, all the documentation, skeletons and examples on how
to create GNOME manuals just use fdl.xml as their "licensing".

What Joss and I are looking after is that GNOME adopts fdl+gpl licensing
as the "standard" licence scheme for docs. Dealing with already written
docs we need to do already, but we want to improve future works from the

> I'm biased since I'm okay with the change, but I don't see why the "core
> GNOME developers" would oppose such a change. 

Good. :)

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