Re: POLL: Should Debian remove all GNU FDL-licensed documentation?
Brian Nelson wrote:
> Response to this poll has been quite poor so far, so I'll continue
> accepting answers for another day or two before posting the results. If
> you have an opinion on this matter, please voice it!
> On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 08:49:38PM -0700, Brian Nelson wrote:
> > 1. Is it acceptable for Debian to permanently remove most FDL documents
> > so that they are no longer available on Debian mirrors or on Debian CDs?
> > 2. Is it acceptable if all FDL documents were moved to non-free so that
> > they could still be downloaded from Debian mirrors? Note that they
> > still would not appear on most Debian CDs.
> > 3. Should Debian allow documents without invariant sections in main, and
> > only remove/move-to-non-free those with invariant sections?
> > 4. Should Debian modify the Social Contract and/or Debian Free Software
> > Guidelines to allow all FDL documents to remain in the main archive
> > and appear on Debian CDs?
> >  http://www.debian.org/social_contract
> > 5. Is Debian making a big out of a minor issue? Should Debian be
> > focusing more on creating a usable operating system and less on worrying
> > about licensing issues?
> > Please restrict your answers to "Yes", "No", or "Uhhhh I dunno".
> Society is never going to make any progress until we all learn to
> pretend to like each other.
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