Re: Request licence review
Andrew Sidwell <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Ben Finney wrote:
> > Andrew Sidwell <email@example.com> writes:
> >> Redistribution of unaltered copies of this document is permitted
> >> without restriction. Distribution of altered copies is permitted
> >> without restriction as long as the alteration does not
> >> significantly alter the content (For example, translation and
> >> conversion to another format is permitted.). Distribution of all
> >> other altered copies is permitted as long as credit for previous
> >> authors is maintained, the contact information is replaced with
> >> that of the alterer, and redistribution is not further
> >> restricted.
> > Freedom to make changes is required under the DFSG, and this
> > license doesn't grant that freedom: it restricts it with the
> > (vague) "as long as the alteration does not significantly alter
> > the content".
> I don't know what you mean: the last sentence of the licence allows
> distribution of all "significantly altered" copies.
You're right, I wasn't combining those sentences. It's awkwardly
written, but the net result does seem to unambiguously allow all the
freedoms required by the DFSG.
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