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Re: License for documentation

From: David Starner <dstarner98@aasaa.ofe.org>
> You might want to check out the Open Content
> License (http://www.opencontent.org/openpub/)

That's only free as long as you don't check any of the options.

> or look at what the FSF uses on their manuals

They use the GPL for their manuals.

Regarding license complexity, I'd think that having the software and
documentation under the same license might be less complex than using
different licenses for each. Regarding the appropriateness of the GPL 
for documentation, I have work in print that's under the GPL, it has not
been a problem for the publisher or anyone else.



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