Could some one tell me why including the invariant sections of
a GFDL licensed work in main would not require us to modify the DFSG
or the social contract?
Specifically, I am looking at the SC:
>> 1. Debian will remain 100% free
And the DFSG:
>> The license must allow modifications and derived works, and must
>> allow them to be distributed under the same terms as the license
>> of the original software.
We would need to change the must allow modifications bit, as I
see it -- since a license attached to a work must allow modifications
to the work, as it is currently stated. (I do not consider the
license to be part of the work).
Clarification of this issue is critical for proper procedure
for the vote.
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