Re: GFDL Freeness Question
--- "Michael D. Crawford" <email@example.com> escribió: > I have some
articles on the general topic of software quality at:
> They are all under the GNU Free Documentation License, version 1.1.
> I would like these articles to be included in Linux distributions. But in
> of the recent controversy over the non-freeness of GFDL docs with invariant
> sections, I would like your opinion on whether the way I apply the GFDL would
> make Debian consider them non-free enough to refuse consideration. (This is
> quite a different question from whether Debian would consider the articles
> including because of their content.)
> I don't have any invariant sections in any of them, but each of them
> specifies a
> brief back cover text:
> "This contains material from the Linux Quality Database at
> Is that a problem?
> Also, while I have your attention, I would also like to say that I would
> any translations of these articles to other languages. The Open Source
> Development Lab has already translated the two kernel testing articles to
> Thanks for your help.
Is there another license that also suits your needs and meets the Debian
requirement? If so, consider releasing undere a dual license. From what I
have heard that has worked out in the past. Just an idea.
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