On 10/25/06, George Herbert <george.herbert(a)gmail.com> wrote:
For CC-BY-SA, you have to both tag or list its license info and the author
info (BY), and whatever you're producing can't restrict further
redistribution (if you're making a book, you can sell the book, but you
can't keep people from scanning or copying the images and then
redistributing them again).
1. Is the "no restriction on redistribution" not also true of the GFDL?
2. While you cannot restrict further redistribution of the pictures in the
book, does the copyright status of the images impact that overall copyright
of the document in which they are redistributed? (I'm guessing not).