Re: Derivative works marked as such
"Marcelo E. Magallon" <email@example.com> wrote:
> In the neverending saga of copyright reading for the purposes of the
> new maintainer process I found this in c2man:
> | This version of c2man is copyright, but may be freely redistributed
> | and modified so long as:
> | 1. The names of all contributing authors remain on the documentation,
> | 2. All derivative works are clearly documented as such,
> | 3. All derivative works remain freely redistributable under the same
> | conditions.
> what has to be done to meet point 2? Is this:
> | This is Debian GNU/Linux's prepackaged version of Graham Stoney's
> | mechanized man page generator.
> at the start of README.Debian enough? IMO, yes, but I'd like to have a
> second opinion.
You should probably also include that phrase in the description of the
package. However, it is best to ask the original author what they
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