[Scribus] Licencing of the Scribus Wiki

Maciej Hanski ma_han2000
Sun Sep 18 18:43:45 CEST 2005

Craig Bradney wrote:
> On Friday 16 September 2005 15:42, Maciej Hanski wrote:
>>I'm somewhat confused after having read those recent notes on the Wiki's
>>in particular, this part of them:
>>"This wiki forms a "users for users" website, shall we say, and the main
>>Scribus team contributes content for public discussion such as the
>>development roadmap, and articles as necessary but these are not
>>intended to be used on the other site as posted here."
>>It is surely merely  a misunderstanding, but it sounds, like Scribus
>>Wiki users/authors were not allowed to execute some of their rights,
> Maciej,
> Perhaps I have made it clearer now by replacing "the other site" with "the 
> official documentation site". The other site was referred to in the first 
> sentence. 
> That is, if there is not other license posted for a particular page then it 
> falls under the CCAS license as you correctly stated. Users may do what they 
> wish within the bounds of that license. What the paragraph states is that we 
> will not post official *documentation* on both sites, but may write up some 
> summaries and edit and assist users, but the main bulk of documentation will 
> be posted on docs.scribus.net.
> best regards
> Craig
Thanks Craig, now everything is clear, obviously I misunderstood the 
previous statement.


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