Re: A possible GFDL compromise
Sergey Spiridonov <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Bernhard R. Link wrote:
>> As far as I know, there is no such restriction in usage. It only limits
> Yes, I agree. What I want to point out is: GPL have restrictions
> (limitations) on what you can do with the GPL code. So, it takes away
> *some* freedoms.
You are incorrect. Copyright law limits how you may copy or
distribute the code. The GPL lifts some, but not all, of these
The GPL itself takes away nothing.
> The same thing is with FDL. If Debian users and maintainers do not
> need the freedom to remove political statements in most cases (for
> example Manifesto from Emacs), they can agree with invariant sections
> in documenation.
> I believe in most cases we can agree with such a limitation.
Your argument has false premises. Want to try again?
Brian T. Sniffen email@example.com