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From conflue...@apache.org
Subject [CONF] Apache OpenOffice Community > User Guides Revisted
Date Sat, 22 Sep 2012 16:02:00 GMT
Space: Apache OpenOffice Community (https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OOOUSERS)
Page: User Guides Revisted (https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OOOUSERS/User+Guides+Revisted)

Comment edited by Dennis E. Hamilton :
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There seem to be more places where reviewed licenses are listed.  

It seems that older CC-by licenses also have a form of the anti-DRM statement.  However, it
does not prevent DRM-ed delivery, it simply essentially requires that the availability of
non-DRM-ed versions always be stated and the means for obtaining them be specified.

A safe way to deal with this might be to assume Category B and not deliver editable or DRM-ed
forms via ASF sites.

So long as the work is continued on ODFAuthors, this question does not have to be answered.
 If authoring were brought inside the project, and derivatives of the ODFAuthors work are
produced there, that does become an issue.  

The expedient approach may be to simply stay on ODFAuthors.  That allows some cross-pollination
among the guides for different openoffice-lineage products to the extent that remains useful.

Comment was previously :
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There seem to be more places where reviewed licenses are listed.  

It seems that older CC-by licenses also have a form of the anti-DRM statement.  However, it
does not prevent DRM-ed delivery, it simply essentially requires that the availability of
non-DRM-ed versions always be stated and the means for obtaining them be specified.

A safe way to deal with this might be to assume Category B and not deliver editable or DRM-ed
forms via ASF sites.

So long as the work is continued on ODFAuthors, this question does not have to be answered.
 If authoring were brought inside the project, and derivatives of the ODFAuthors work are
produced there, that does become an issue.  

The expedient approach may be to simply stay on ODFAuthors.  It also That allows some cross-pollination
among the guides for different openoffice-lineage products to the extent that remains useful.

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