steve.lhomme at free.fr
Mon Oct 8 08:34:30 UTC 2001
Quoting "Karsten M. Self" <kmself at ix.netcom.com>:
> Because compiled works are less favorable for modifications. They're
> not the "best form" of a work. Specifically, they're not the
> for for making modifications" to the work. Better to go with the
> form than the compiled form, where appropriate. Likewise
> against obfuscated or machine-generated sources.
> This is consistent with traditions of copyright filing with the US
> Library of Congress, which identifies "best works" and preferred forms
> for making filings.
And what about other countries ? Is it as "worldwide" as the copyright rights ?
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