Re: If not GFDL, then what?
Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> If you feel that the GPL needs clarification for the term 'object code', add
> a specific notice stating what forms you consider to be object code (not
> source code) in your interpretation.
But make sure this "clarification" functions as an additional preamble
or an additional permission rather than as a patch to the GPL which
might create a new version of the GPL incompatible with other
Consider, for example, a case where two people write GPL
documentation, but one writes that the "source" must be in LaTeX and
the other writes that the "source" must be in Lout.