[Scribus] Torture Testing Scribus

Craig Bradney cbradney
Mon Apr 10 20:36:07 CEST 2006

On Monday 10 April 2006 17:14, Dave wrote:
> On 10/04/06, Janet Hawtin <lucychili at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'd be keen to see these training docs.
> > We are aiming to do some scribus training soon.
> I'm also planning to do Scribus training soon, as part of starting a
> computer and design training business later this year.
> I am disappointed to see a non-commercial restriction mentioned, and
> guess there's an allusion to the BY-NC-SA Creative Commons license.
> Remember Scribus is GPL and a non-commercial restriction is not in the
> spirit of freedom.
> For an example of how damaging this is, I really like the Inkscape
> tutorials that are embedded in Inkscape documents, and a
> non-commercial license prohibits that kind of thing.
> Given the problems with the GFDL its clear that there isn't yet any
> consensus on what a free license for documentation and training
> materials looks like. Creative Commons BY-SA is probably close...

What do you refer to here?

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