On Tue, 13 May 2003 23:40:52 +0200 firstname.lastname@example.org (Jérôme Marant) wrote: > > How about all the various non-GFDL-licensed documentation? There > > certainly is a lot of it, and much of it is Free. Take a look at the > > LDP. > > > > And assuming that what drives people to write Free Software is > > different in nature than what drives people to write Free > > documentation is questionable. Having written a great deal of > > documentation myself, I attest to that. > > No, you'd have to attest that you've rewritten an existing guide > just because the license wasn't free. I'm dealing with guides > (hundreds of pages), not 5 pages HOWTOs or such. *shrug*, documentation is documentation. If you want some documentation and want it to be non-Free, that's your prerogative. But that doesn't mean it's Free, and it doesn't mean that Debian will accept it as such.
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