Re: A possible GFDL compromise: a proposal
Edmund GRIMLEY EVANS <firstname.lastname@example.org> a tapoté :
> > So the next step seems obvious to me, Debian have make a choice:
> > - follow the strict definition of DFSG promoted by many
> > persons on that list and move the Official Debian Logo to
> > non-free.
> > - think about an another policy for logos or
> > political/philosophical/historical texts.
> One could do that, but it wouldn't help because the FSF documentation
> under discussion is neither a logo nor in the category of
> "political/philosophical/historical texts".
The GNU Documentation under discussion _is_ in the category of
political/philosophical/historical texts. Only these texts can be
invariant in the GFDL.
And the invariant option is the only philosophical issue (the rest are
> Are we going round in circles here?
Apparently it was needed to one more time remind which kind of text
can be invariant.
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