Re: The debate on Invariant sections (long)
Peter S Galbraith <GalbraithP@dfo-mpo.gc.ca> writes:
> Jérôme Marant <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> > Documentation relating to software needs to be really free, in order
>> > that we can manipulate it in far more interesting ways (such as
>> > refcarding it, embedding it as online help, or updating it because
>> > of advances in the program it documents). This is a transformation
>> > much more intrusive than merely reformatting it or similar actions
>> > which you would
>> GFDL permits this I think. But you have to keep the invariant section.
> Then it doesn't permit it, does it?
> You still haven't addressed this point.
But you didn't reply to questions I asked yesterday following
your examples, embedding pieces of docs in software that is.
>> AFAIK, Emacs is not linked to its documentation.
> I've addressed this and you never commented.
I'm sorry if I haven't. Could you point me to this reference please?
>> Writing docs is something people don't like. Let's be realistic.
> I've addressed this as well. It's not relevant and I wished you'd stop
> using it as an argument.
Your right that it's not relevant but shouldn't we consider the world
we live in?