Re: A possible GFDL compromise
Steve Dobson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> But are you supporting the GFDL as a way of getting the message out?
> Or do you, like me, see it as a weapon that can be used to distribute
> propaganda? While a document licensed under the GFDL may not contain
> any propaganda today, that does not mean that it will not tomorrow.
I see the GFDL as destructive and wrongheaded, an attempt to do
something reasonable by an entirely unreasonable method.
A reasonable method would be, say, to include it in the manual without
a special license "protection". To put it in the motd, or the Emacs
startup message. And so forth.