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Re: [conseil] DGPL [rms@gnu.org: Doc license]

excellent. Y a-t-il une traduction (je lis l'anglais, mais je ne pense pas
qu'un docuiment en langue étrangère ai force de loi en France)

On mer, 15 déc 1999, Guylhem Aznar à écrit
>Here's the latest version of the DGPL draft.
>To my mind, it perfectly fits our needs, and it's by far more complete
>than the previous LDP license.
>I intend to use this license for my own documents ASAP.
>It can be completed by any agreement one may need for commercial
>purposes, just like plain GPL : for ex, as copyright holder, you can
>grant short term exclusivity to a publisher then release the document
>under DGPL license.
>Feel free to reply to this message with comments or requests for
>modifications : it was written on our request and can still change.
>I'll sum up the requests and mail them to Richard.
>BTW, sorry for any delay with HOWTOs processing (my HOWTOs are also
>waiting to be processed, David, you're not alone :-)
>It's Xmas time and our free workers may feel like taking some time for
>their family and their children (grandchildren anyone?)
>Guylhem Aznar, Linux Documentation Project: http://www.linuxdoc.org
>PGP key: http://oeil.qc.ca/~guylhem ; Email: guylhem \@/ oeil.qc.ca
>"They who can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary
>safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin 

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