Re: a DFSG/GNU FDL quick reference webpage
On Fri, 26 Sep 2003 16:50:37 -0500, Branden Robinson <email@example.com> said:
> I have occasionally received requests in private mail for some links
> to a document "summarizing Debian's position" on the GNU FDL as it
> relates to the DFSG.
I think we need to have a position statement, issued under the
Debian constitution section 4.1.5.
> As we know, there isn't any one canonical document, but I think
> we've reached the point where a few mailing list messages and
> existing essays cover most of the ground which gets tiresome
> re-covered in this mailing list over and over again.
> I have, therefore, updated my FDL webpage:
I have started crafting a position statement, and have
explicitly incorporated all the concerns on the pages that are linked
to from Branden's page.
> I don't intend to add any essays or position statements to the body
> of that page; I'd rather it served as a jumping-off point for
> further reading.
I have incorporated all these links into one coherent
document, though I am still in the process of expanding the
Any comments, feedback, suggested wording, and proof reading
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