[Maxima] Maxima manual?
macrakis at alum.mit.edu
Thu Oct 11 12:58:18 CDT 2007
Read the GPL license. It says basically that you can do anything you
want to it at all, including revising it, cutting parts out, merging
it with other text, printing it and selling copies, etc. etc. as long
as you also publish the "source code" used to generate your version
and of course include the copyright and license notice.
If you print it unmodified, you just need to include the copyright and
license notice and tell the reader where to find the "source code",
namely the project page at sourceforge.
On 10/11/07, Thomas Widlar <twidlar at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Robert Dodier wrote:
> >That is not the case. The license for the Maxima manual is the same
> >as for the rest of Maxima, namely GNU GPL v2.
> So can it be published or not? What wording should to be added to meet
> the license requirements? I am offering to set up this publishing. I
> would need to have the manual in .pdf form, including a front and back
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