>>>> Stephen J Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org> writes:
Stephen> Please distinguish between "copyright" and "permission".
Sorry, and thanks for putting me right again and again because I'm
sloppy with the terms. I mean the license of course! (It is more or
less that you should perform an s/copyright/license/ before reading my
Stephen> You should not be changing any copyright notices in the GPLv3
I don't think we have done that either, if not by misstake. There are
some files involved.
Stephen> For the info files, nothing. [...]
So all info files can be untouched and we can still go GPLv3 or later
with the rest?
Stephen> For the docs in etc/ (and a couple of files in the root: PROBLEMS,
Stephen> INSTALL, README), add the standard notice.
OK. I'll have a closer look. Among these we have the TUTORIALS which
according to Jerrys GPLv3-analysis has the "old FSF documentation
license". Any problem with that?
Stephen> I'm not sure what to do about ChangeLogs. What does the FSF
I haven't checked. I'll do that.
Stephen> What else is there?
I'll try to summarize what we have been doing soon. Most easy cases
are handled but some tricky cases remain. Cases which might not be
tricky at all if you know whar you are doing. Developers can feel free
to clone the GPLv3 repo in order to inspect or contribute.
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