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Alfred M. Szmidt
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Fri Oct 27 14:22:00 UTC 2006
FWIW, it's clearly different: the GPL can be used for manuals, but
is not an FDL-compatible licence, because it does not allow
addition of unremovable adverts and the other FDL problems.
These are not problems, again you spread more FUD.
So, requiring FDL-compatibility means requiring something less
sharing-protective for the manuals than the GPL. :-/
The GFDL is as sharing protective as the GPL, but it it is meant for
Yet again you start spreading FUD about the GFDL, please stop. If you
have a opinion, state it as that, but to this point it has always been
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