[Foundation-l] Wikibooks NL is changing License
Jeff V. Merkey
jmerkey at wolfmountaingroup.com
Thu Mar 22 21:52:01 UTC 2007
Bryan Tong Minh wrote:
>It is not that complicated. You simply cannot sublicense your derivate
>work under the cc-by-sa. In case you edit a GFDL only document, your
>contributions are solely under the GFDL.
As I said, I think this scheme voids the GFDL -- at least based upon the
of the GFDL license. It says clearly that sublicensing is prohibiting.
Copyright holder or not, the
GFDL is a binding contract if you choose to accept it. At least that's
my read of the plain
language of the license. Other folks may have another interpretation though.
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