Re: docs: license etc.

On Fri, Dec 28, 2001 at 08:03:38PM -0500, Alexander Kirillov wrote:

Currently gnumeric manual carries GPL license. Are there any reasons why
not use the FDL? GPL is not really intended for use with documentation.
The choice was made back before any of the current contributors
started on it.  Given the recent dramatic improvements in the docs
that have basicly rewritten them it should be sufficient for all
current contributors to ok a license change.

Also, the section giving feedback address and links to GDP web page is
outdated - I could update it if there are no objections. 
Seems like you already have.
 I also have a number of minor corrections/suggestions to various parts
of the docs (inappropriate use of sgml tags, missing titles, incosistent
capitalization in titles, ...). Whom should I send my patches to? Should
I  find the one who works on this part of the document (from CVS logs)
and send to him or her? Or is there someone coordinating the whole
Adrian Custer <acuster nature berkeley edu>  Has been coordinating
the documentation effort for the last few days.

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