Re: gtk-doc documentation
- From: Stefan Kost <ensonic hora-obscura de>
- To: Roger Leigh <rleigh whinlatter ukfsn org>
- Cc: gtk-doc-list gnome org, Damon Chaplin <damon karuna uklinux net>, Stefan Kost <kost imn htwk-leipzig de>
- Subject: Re: gtk-doc documentation
- Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2005 17:13:10 +0100
the original xml docs are written by Chris Lyttle and Dan Mueth. The basically
have streted the docbook help file and written some introductions.
The documents is under GFDL 1.1.
I don't know what others think about this licence. Which licence would be more
Should I mail to the oringinal aithor to ask for permission to change the
licence. If so where do we archive their answers (this list)?
I know - many question. For now I stop extending the help file untile this is
> Stefan Kost <kost imn htwk-leipzig de> writes:
>>>I've files the neccesary changes under
>>>I used Gnu FDL as the licens in the OMF file.
> Are you aware that there are some nasty problems with the GNU FDL, not
> least it being mutually-incompatible with the GNU GPL (and every other
> free software licence), the implication being unless you are the sole
> copyright holder, you can't easily copy any material between the GFDL
> documentation and the program(s) it documents?
> [All GFDL works are due to be purged from Debian after the next stable
> release (some are already gone), and will not be reinstated until the
> FSF fix the licence. It's extremely unfortunate, but the licence is
> currently not free by several measures.]
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