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Re: Critique of draft GNU Free Doucumentation License v1.0
- Subject: Re: Critique of draft GNU Free Doucumentation License v1.0
- From: Poet/Joshua Drake <>
- Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2000 14:23:52 -0800 (PST)
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I am still at a loss with what is wrong with the Open Content License.
Obviously we would have to put a stipulation on options A and B but other
<CITE>advertising? Are there any limits as to how long this could be?
<CITE>Suppose that circumstances have made the invariant section obsolete.
<CITE>How can it be altered or removed?
<CITE>You may say that to change an invariant section all you need to do is
<CITE>to obtain the permission of the author. What if the author can't be
<CITE>located? Also, just the permission of the author may not be enough.
<CITE>Changing an invariant section requires an exception be made to the
<CITE>license. Suppose A is the author, then B modified it some and then C
<CITE> David Lawyer
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