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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Documentation

From: Albert Silver
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Documentation
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 21:21:19 -0300

I wrote it for the BG and GNUbg community. Its only purpose is to help
others use and enjoy GNUbg, so feel free. I do hope the diagrams will
be kept as I believe they are essential to help ensure better
understanding. Other than that, I'd just ask for acknowledgement. The
HTML version I have at Tom's site will remain under my control, but
you have complete freedom to use any or all of it for inclusion in the



On 3/16/07, Christian Anthon <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Albert,

since we are a gnu (www.gnu.org) project we have certain obligations
concerning our documentation:

First of all it has to be released under the GFDL (GNU Free
Documentation License). In short, everybody can do with the document
as they see fit as long as certain small parts are kept intact or
revised (e.g. revision history and acknowledgments). It also means
that it should be released in a form that is easy to edit (basically
in a text editor). I could try to convert your document to docbook
(from doc or html) and see how it fares, but beside that it´s up to
you to decide whether you want All about GNU released under the GFDL.


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