Re: Anton's amendment
On Mon, Feb 06, 2006 at 04:37:20PM +0100, Frank K?ster wrote:
> "Zephaniah E. Hull" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > So, I write a program, nice, big, with a license that says that you can
> > do anything you want with it as long as you keep the copyright
> > statements attached and don't make any changes at all to main.c, none,
> > not for bug fixing, not for feature changes, none at all.
> s/main.c/secondary.c/, but that doesn't change the argument, only the
> name, actually. Which is part of GFDL's problem.
no, code in a program could never be a secondary section. it is
inherently the "primary topic" of the work - which automatically
excludes it from being secondary.
craig sanders <email@example.com> (part time cyborg)