Re: license question
On Mon, 4 Oct 1999, Joey Hess wrote:
> Brian Ristuccia wrote:
> > 5. The documentation is completely and totally non-free
> Nod. Do you think removing the documentation from the package constitutes
> modifying it, and would violate the license?
Removing the documentation would violate this:
> > > 3) The program may be copied and distributed by any person or organisation in
> > > any way whatsoever, provided that any distribution is accompanied by a copy
> > > of all the documentation pertaining to the program. You may not charge
> > > for the program itself, only for reasonable costs of distributing the
> > > program, and you must not do anything to suggest to the person to whom it is
> > > distributed that analog is anything other than free software. Furthermore,
> > > you may not charge for distributing a modified version of the program
> > > unless the source code for the modified version, or a list of differences
> > > between the modified version and the original version, is publicly and
> > > freely available in machine readable form.
> > > [If you distribute analog with a book or something like that, I'd be
> > > pleased to receive a copy].
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