ax0n at uklinux.net
Fri Oct 31 09:14:23 EST 2003
This is in relation to text-based content only (documentation, books,
articles, etc). I was wondering if anyone has thought about including an
additional clause for text-based documents requiring that an editable,
or 'transparaent', copy be made available. That is, a sort of 'source
code' of the document, a raw-text version. This prevents people from
publishing content in difficult-to-read forms, which make it hard to
extract content and modify it for your own purposes, e.g. PDF.
The GNU FDL (http://www.fsf.org/licnesnse/fdl.html) has a provision for
this, but I would quite like to see one for the Creative Commons Licenses.
Would this be possible?
President, Free Roleplaying Community
president at freeroleplay.org
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