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Re: Current summit

On Fri, Sep 29, 2000 at 03:58:31PM -0400, Andy Oram wrote:
> Perhaps you could define some minimum requirements for licenses. For
> instance, you could require that any part of the document is modifiable
> except bare author/publisher information. (In that way, you could make sure
> you can take out ads and manifestos.) You could put in wording like the Gnu
> license about providing materials in readable source form. You could require
> that reprinting be allowed, or that noncommercial reprinting be allowed.
> Whatever you think is the bare minimum needed for the use and upkeep of an
> LDP book.
> I recognize that this would add extra headaches, because it would be a kind

Done. Took us hours to do that, but I think it was worth it.

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