On Fri, Aug 22, 2003 at 10:14:31AM -0500, John Goerzen wrote: > I suggest that even if the GFDL did not allow modification of the invariant > sections, if it at least allowed removal of them, we would be in much better > shape. It would, for instance, allow people to better take the manual from > program A and adapt it for program B, even if they disagreed with the GNU > Manifesto or used a different license for program B. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention: RMS has repeatedly and explicitly rejected such an alteration of the GNU FDL's terms. Please review his mails to this list over the past 2 years. -- G. Branden Robinson | If you make people think they're Debian GNU/Linux | thinking, they'll love you; but if firstname.lastname@example.org | you really make them think, they'll http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | hate you.
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