Re: [no subject]
On 11/4/05, Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Emmanuel Colbus wrote:
> > My main concern about this was that such relicensed copies
> > could have been considered not free, but undistributable, as the GPL is
> supposed to apply to
> > software, not to documents.
> Any collection of bits is "software". The GPL works very well for any
> collection of bits. Some people think that it, particularly the requirement
> for provision of source code and the nature of permission to distribute in
> forms other than source code, may have problems when
> applied to dead-tree printed material. This is easily dealt with
> by dual-licensing under the GPL and a printing-friendly license of
> your choice.
Well actually no it doesn't solve the problem as you have to comply
with both licenses when dual-licensing. But for most documents, source
code is pretty easy to define: images, your XCF or PSD source (if you
happen to use those formats), sound, your editor's project file, text,
your word processor or TeX source.
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