Re: migrating away from the FDL
Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org> a tapoté :
> Brian Calson said:
> >I realize (and this is a gross
> >generalization; please pardon me) that people that have stronger
> ties >to the FSF and GNU are more likely to feel that the GFDL is free
> than >those that have stronger ties to Debian.
> This may be true overall, but my sense is that among GCC developers,
> most believe that the GFDL is not free, at least if it includes
> Invariant Sections (which the GCC manual does).
And are the gcc developers authors of this manual. If so, it's only up
> except that the GNU project *doesn't*
> promise that it will remain "100% free software"
Are you kidding?
The GNU project promises that every software will be free software and
every documentation will be free documentation, both freedom as
defined by the FSF.
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