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Re: Subversion Book

From: Tom Hosiawa <tomek32_at_rogers.com>
Date: 2004-05-05 14:59:56 CEST

> > For the guide to be accepted into the Gentoo Documentation Project, it
> > needs to be under the Creative Commons - Attribution/Share license.
> I'm well aware of the Creative Commons license. Are you telling me that
> Gentoo *only* allows that one license? At least the Debian project has
> a broader set of criteria that allows them to certify that a license is
> "free enough":

For documentation, yes:

> By "use parts of the book", you mean "copy chunks of it into your own
> docs"? Or do you mean "link to the book"?

I would copy (modifiy) chunks and link to the book in the guide. This
will be more shorter than the book, so I will only focus on the
essentials. Overview of svn and using it, setting up WebDAV, etc.

> Regardless, you have permission to do either thing. The license allows
> it. We only ask that you give proper attribution.


> If you look at the TortoiseSVN project's user manual, they're already
> doing this: pieces of the svn book are embedded into their manual.

Here's a working copy of my guide, I haven't fixed the encoding type


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