Re: The draft Position statement on the GFDL
Raul Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Here's where you start running into problems: GPL#2 requires you satisfy
> GPL#1 for the modified work, which now includes stuff you do not have
> the right to put under GPL's terms.
No, it says I may only *distribute* it under such a license.
>> 4. I will write my files needed to integrate both, taking all the
>> necessary precautions 3 a-d above. Notice that probably my files (unless
>> completely unrelated) are derived works both of metafont and of gcc.
>> -- no license violation.
> What are the appropriate license notices you've placed? How do they
> satisfy the GPL requirements about the license on the work as a whole?
"This is private work by Alyssa P. Hacker. No distribution is
intended and no license is granted to any third party" -- after all,
it's my personal copy and I really will never distribute it.
Brian Sniffen email@example.com