[linux-elitists] Open-sourcing a book
Thu Mar 22 17:01:02 PST 2001
> >>>>> "DV" == Derek Vadala <email@example.com> writes:
> DV> My question is about what license would be appropriate for
> DV> this? Assuming the whole book goes open-source and with the
> DV> potential that only a few chapters might be open-source-- at
> DV> the very least I want to ensure that any chapter that
> DV> discusses implementing Software RAID under Linux is free for
> DV> everyone to mess with.
> Hey, so, two good licenses are the OPL, which I believe O'Reilly
> already uses for some books:
This is what the Linux Documentation Project uses.
> ...and the GNU Documentation License, which I think has more juice
> right now:
Standard viral freedom clause?
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temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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