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Re: Boilerplate License Revision Proposal



Le lun, 24 jui 2000, Guylhem Aznar a écrit :
> On Sat, Jul 22, 2000 at 07:26:47PM -0700, Poet/Joshua Drake wrote:
> > I will not do so. I think the Open Publication is a good license. I think
> > that option B (but not A) is an excellent option for corporations and
> > individuals alike.
> 
> Yet there is a restriction on commercial reprint.
> Harmless for the LDP; but not free. We shouldn't restrain people from
> making money with free software !
> 

example of such problems : I write a tutorial for a Linux formation. I
want to make my learners read some HOWTO's. I give them the HOWTO in the
original translated form (translated by the official team). This tutorial
is NOT free

Is this allowed by the licence? May I read any HOWTO licence to know what
to do.

I think R.S. is right. linuxdoc must be free

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