[openbox] Redistributing the documentation

Ben Jansens xor at orodu.net
Sun Jan 25 02:36:26 EST 2004

On Sat, Jan 24, 2004 at 02:10:41PM +0100, Tore Anderson wrote:
>   Yes, as far as I've understood the GFDL fails the Debian Free Software
>  Guidelines because of the so-called invariant sections.  There is
>  currently heavy debate regarding the "non-freeness" of a GFDL-licensed
>  work which doesn't have any invariant sections, but it's a can of worms
>  I'd rather not open.

Annoying :) And I'm considering taking law. Maybe I should rethink :P

>   Preferably I'd just regard them as part of the Openbox source
>  distribution and thus licensed under the GPL as Openbox itself, if this
>  is okay with you?

That's fine by me.

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