License for a document or presentation?
Lawrence E. Rosen
lrosen at rosenlaw.com
Fri Apr 9 04:06:57 UTC 2004
The Open Software License (OSL) and the Academic Free License (AFL) work
perfectly well for documentation. I usually use the AFL for my documents and
presentations, or the OSL if I don't want anyone to make proprietary
By the way, slide presentations are software, not that it matters as far as
the license is concerned. :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Thomas [mailto:steve at sptent.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 08, 2004 10:52 AM
> To: License Discussion Open Source
> Subject: License for a document or presentation?
> Is there an existing OS license that would fit licensing a slide
> presentation to Open source? I have a slide show I use for making
> presentations on Open Source around the country, and it
> occurs to me it
> should be Open Source! But I don't know how to license it,
> since it's
> not a code.
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