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Re: a minimal copyleft

On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 08:49:07PM +0100, Andrew Suffield wrote:
> This is why, when using the GPL for things which are not clearly
> program source code, you must always specify what the preferred form
> for modification is (append it to the license declaration, which
> should be just below the copyright declaration).

Umm, but you should be careful not to make this a part of the license,
because then you'd end up with many little twisted GPLs, all different.
You can state what you, as the author, consider to be the preferred form.
This clarifies the situation and gets everyone on the same page, without
interfering with the work's use in situations where the preferred form

Richard Braakman

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