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Re: FunnelWeb manuals copyright issues

On Mon, Dec 27, 1999 at 09:27:21PM +0100, Yann Dirson wrote:
>  > OK. Well I guess if we solve this, the documentation is either
>  > going to fall under your main distribution or your non-free
>  > distribution. I think it's desirable that it fall under the free
>  > one so I'm prepared to compromise (a lot) to do so, including
>  > the abandonment of my one-web policy. :-( Tell me if the following text
>  > satisfies the ten commandments:
> This is great news !
>  >      Copyright ? Ross N. Williams 1992,1999. All rights reserved.
>  >      
>  >      Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim electronic
>  >      copies of this FunnelWeb (www.ross.net/funnelweb/) manual provided
>  >      that all notices (including, without limitation, the copyright notice,
>  >      this permission notice, any record of modification, and all legal
>  >      notices) are preserved on all copies. Modified versions of this manual
>  >      (including translations to other languages) may be distributed under
>  >      the same terms, provided that each modification made to the manual
>  >      since its original release by Ross N. Williams (www.ross.net) is
>  >      identified on the page on which it occurs, and the front page of the
>  >      manual carries a notice referring the reader to the official version
>  >      at (www.ross.net/funnelweb/). You may print out part or all of the
>  >      manual for individual or organization-wide internal use.
>  >      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>  > If I use this AND provide the FunnelWeb-source-of-the-webs, would
>  > that enable you to include the whole lot in your main distribution?
> I think so.  I guess someone on deb-legal will tell us if we missed
> something.

This is not dfsg-free.
I am not allowed to print a book with these docs inside and sell it.
Such package wont go to main.

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