derivative works question
kwatson at pithyproductions.com
Fri Feb 27 18:06:16 UTC 2004
> > I am trying to find out if it is acceptable to write a book
> > about an open source software program?
> No worries. As long as you don't actually incorporate the source
code of the program in the book, you can license the book however
Thank you so much, NAL. That is such a great relief to know as I have
already written this manual.
Now a further question; as generally understood under the OSI terms, can
I call my manual "(Name of OSI program) Users Manual: A guide for
website developers"? Or could using the name in a title be a problem
under the license?
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