[Scribus] Manual draft for scribus 1.4 on the Wiki
Mon Aug 22 02:34:12 CEST 2005
> This is something that cannot be done. The license for the docs included with
> Scribus, and on docs.scribus.net (same content) includes the clause which
> makes this not possible, which enables us to take it to print (which Peter
> and I are in the process of working towards).
That's exactly why I included the disclaimer in parentheses. I suppose a
link on the Wiki would be sufficient to make clear that some work is
already done and the wheel need not be reinvented. I was more interested
in getting translations printed, not the original, provided Peter, you
and whoever contributed to the docs agree on it.
Moreover, I was writing about some kind of "official" documentation.
This "official" documentation can only be provided by the scribus team.
I think the share alike license allows for copying into the docs, and if
enough knowledge can be assembled on the Wiki, so much better for the
official docs. But the document outline would be incomplete without even
mentioning the work that is already done.
To prevent copying, however, do you think it would be better to add
links to the official docs, instead of offering an editable page? That
might be a reasonable solution.
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