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Fri Mar 29 12:24:20 EST 2002
On Wed, 2002-03-27 at 09:24, jeff wrote:
> information form the copyright laws. If i happen to write something
> of value, i want it to be free and never included under someones
> copyright. How can this be done? I wrote something on homesteading
I have chosen to use the FDL (Free Document License) for my new project
- the "Free Permaculture FAQ". You can find more about it now on
> once and later found it copyrighted with added paragraphs promoting
> a religious belief. This was fine if they identified which parts were
> free and only copyrighted the parts they added. I believe the GNU
> public license attempts to deal with this and might be a good place
> to start.
Yes, the FDL is slightly different and more fitted for documentation and
manuals. I also thought about represantation of other documents (like
yours). If we would collect only documents (or links to) that are free,
that would be a great ressource. There are already many close-to-free or
free documents out there (FAQs in newsgroups, some already FDL or GPL)
This could also include permaculture related content.
I also wanted to invite people from this list to contribute give hints
where to find free information, that could be included.
More information about the permaculture