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Re: Boilerplate License Revision Proposal
Yes it would, but I leave that to the authors. It is the authors ultimate
responsibility to decide the extent of their agreement with "free".
On Sat, 22 Jul 2000, Richard Stallman wrote:
>The GFDL will be used in the future for all GNU manuals, and for some
>commercial free manuals. Using the GFDL for LDP manuals will make it
>possible to move text between these manuals, much as using the GPL for
>software makes it possible to move code between programs.
>So I suggest that people choose the GFDL rather than the GPL for
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Instead of asking why a piece of software is using "1970s technology,"
start asking why software is ignoring 30 years of accumulated wisdom.
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