Re: A possible GFDL compromise: a proposal
But what if an Invariant Section was the only part of the document that
fell foul of the law?
I guess nobody could distribute that version, so it might be
However, all free software and free documentation licenses share this
problem. You could simply add code for a DeCSS program, and that
would make the modified version illegal in the US. So the existence
of such a possibility cannot be a criterion for criticizing a license.
I have read statements
=66rom you saying that while you cannot indorse Debian because it
including "non-free" on its FTP servers, you have stated that Debian
gives better considerations to users' rights by separating non-free
software from the Debian System. As the GFDL allows for text that
is legally, morally or ethically objectionable shouldn't we, Debian,
not mark a GFDL work as different also (given that such material
can not be modified)?
A distinctive marking of some other kind might be reasonable.