On Tue, 26 Aug 2003 00:55:05 +0900 (IRKST) Fedor Zuev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > On Mon, 25 Aug 2003, Josselin Mouette wrote: > > JM>> the freedom of _users_ and _authors_. It is in the best interest of > JM>> users to receive unstripped version of manual. It is also in the > JM>> best interest of authors. Interest of distributor is non-issue. > > JM>Are you trying to assert point 2 of the GFDL doesn't restrict > JM>freedom of users? > > Exactly, I still not see any non-stupid demonstration of the > contrary. I prefer not to state anything else. My $HOME is on an encrypted filesystem. If I have any GFDL documents on that filesystem, I'm in violation of the license. If I want to send a friend one of these GFDL documents, I may not use SSL or any other form of encryption. If I'm on a shared, multi-user system, I must leave any directories a GFDL document is in as world-readable; to restrict permissions would be to use a technical measure to restrict the further reading of the document. Are those examples allright? I could come up with more if you'd like.
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