On Tuesday 22 May 2007 08:09:33 Ben Finney wrote: > The consensus (not unanimous, but consensus nonetheless) of > debian-legal is that the DFSG, regardless of which of its clauses are > exercised, is non-free for any software, including documentation. (I assume you meant "GFDL" here instead of "DFSG".) It's stretching quite a bit to call it consensus, but anyway, given that the GPL and other good Free Software licenses can work perfectly fine for both software and documentation, there isn't much reason IMO to use the GFDL. I would personally recommend just using the GPL, or if you must use the GFDL for compatibility with something, dual-licensing both GFDL and GPL. -- Wesley J. Landaker <firstname.lastname@example.org> <xmpp:email@example.com> OpenPGP FP: 4135 2A3B 4726 ACC5 9094 0097 F0A9 8A4C 4CD6 E3D2
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