Re: A possible GFDL compromise
Richard Stallman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You have mistaken the objection. There is no reason to think it would
> be a small fractional increase, especially since little parts of
> manuals--single paragraphs even--are useful reusable bits just in the
> way that single functions of Lisp are.
> Reusing a single paragraph is fair use--you don't need to follow the
> license conditions.
This is not true if we are reusing all the paragraphs, by extensive
reworking and reassembly. (Say, to manufacture doc strings.)