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Re: Clarifying non-free parts of the GNU FDL

On Tue, Sep 21, 2004 at 07:09:18PM +0100, Roger Leigh wrote:
> Specifically, would it be possible to
> 1) Allow storage/transmission on encrypted filesystems/links to
>    counter the "DRM restriction"?
> 2) Not require forcing distribution of transparent copies with bulk
>    opaque copies?
> If these clarifications were to be made, would the licence be
> considered DFSG-free?  Are there any other possible amendments that
> could be made to make the licence DFSG-free?

There are a few more clauses you need to waive (they're fairly boring
and pointless clauses; I can't imagine anybody caring about them being
removed). There's a list around here somewhere.

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