Re: web site license
On Wed, Sep 29, 1999 at 02:40:09PM -0700, Joey Hess wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
> > The problem is that we do not want people putting things in our mouths so that
> > it looks as if we are saying them. Thus, add the following:
> > You may change this document, as long as the nature of the change
> > and the author of the change is indicated in-line with the change, in a form
> > that is directly visible to the reader and not obscured.
> > You must append to the document the reason for the change and contact
> > information for the author of the change, and provide a link to the original
> > document. You may not use changes to deliberately misrepresent someone else's
> > opinion.
> I'd rather we took advantage of DFSG point #4 and added something like:
> You may change this document, but all derived works must state that they are
> not part of the Debian web site.
> I think this has basically the same effect, while giving people more freedom
> to derive things from the web site.
Is everyone happy with what Joey has written?
P.S. Please keep firstname.lastname@example.org in the replies. I only saw
Bruce's message through Joey's reply.