On Tue, 16 Sep 2003 15:03:49 -0400 Richard Stallman <email@example.com> wrote: > They may cause practical > > inconvenience for some kinds of uses, but no more than that. The > > issue is basically the same as the issue of the preamble of the GPL. > > Yes, they do. They say "you may not use this technical material > unless you also do this unrelated non-technical thing". > > They say that if you redistribute modified versions the technical > material, you must do so in certain ways. That is a packaging > requirement. The GPL also contains packaging requirements: inclusion > of the preamble, inclusion of copyright notices, etc. The TeX > license has a much more annoying packaging requirement. Those are > both licenses that Debian accepts, I believe. Sorry for butting in on another thread here, but my last mail received no response. Recently you said you'd contact a lawyer with respect to section 2 of the GFDL. If you've had the chance, would you mind sharing the lawyer's conclusion with debian-legal? If you haven't had the chance, have you any idea of a time frame? Thanks.
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