[fpc-pascal] FPC's documentation license?
geneb at deltasoft.com
Sun Aug 9 02:37:30 CEST 2015
On Sat, 8 Aug 2015, Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
> On 2015-08-08 10:13, Jonas Maebe wrote:
>> The problem with this is that if you don't specify a license, the
>> default in copyright law is that no one is allowed to do anything
>> with your work without explicit permission from you
> Correct, and which actually applies a lot of restriction.
> I've been reading up on the GFDL and Creative Commons licenses. The GFDL
> requires that you include a full copy of that license in any text or
> print, which I don't like. The Creative Commons seems quite nice, as you
> can mix and match the parts you want. Their website, videos etc also
> makes it very clear (I thought) in what each "part" means.
He could put the text, "This document is in the Public Domain" and
wouldn't need anything else.
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