Re: xfig-doc has license problems in examples
Branden Robinson wrote:
> What part of "Free Software" don't you understand?
> If we distribute it, it's software.
> If it's not software (or willing to be treated as such), it's not our
> mission to distribute it.
Oh give me a break. Where was this argument in the past when we
discussed documentation licenses? This is _not_ the first time
this has come up.
I guess these are all software then:
debian-guide - Text from: Debian GNU/Linux: Guide to Installation and Usage
dwarfs-debian-guide - Dwarf's guide to installing and using Debian GNU/Linux
lg-issue66 - Issue 66 of the Linux Gazette.
xspecs - X protocol, extension, and library technical specifications
zope-book - Zope Open Content Book
How about all the -doc packages?
If you say they are software, then, gee, they must be software.