Xfce documentation licenses
edscott wilson garcia
edscott at xfce.org
Sat Jan 22 03:23:34 CET 2005
El vie, 21-01-2005 a las 08:06 +0100, Jasper Huijsmans escribió:
> Jacqueline McNally wrote:
> > Hello
> > I am creating documentation and training material for Computer Angels
> > (www.computerangels.org.au) and Xfce features largely :)
> > What I need to know, is which license is applicable to the existing
> > documentation:
> > http://www.loculus.nl/xfce/documentation/docs-4.2/
> That's a very good question. We don't seem to really have a license on
> them at the moment. Implicitly they have the same license as the package
> they belong to, which basically means GPL.
> Personally, I don't mind at all how my part of the documentation is
> used, as long as I'm not responsible for the results.
> Any other developer have an opinion? Should we add explicit licenses?
I would lean toward "public domain".
> > As suggested, I have looked at the different components, but many of the
> > manuals and the guide refer to several licenses (BSD, LGPL and GPL). Are
> > all these licenses applicable to the documentation?
> > I just thought that I would use similar licensing in the event that the
> > documentation that I prepare may be of use to a wider audience.
> > Please can you advise which license is applicable to the Xfce
> > documentation.
> > Regards
> > Jacqueline
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