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Hi Dennis, Jean, *,

thus I see no need to change the licensing or double-license with ALv2. There is no 
need to do the work outsite the current platform The contributors to 
the OOo documentation are familar with that CMS and it's workflow.


Am Sonntag, 27. November 2011, 22:18:33 schrieb Dennis E. Hamilton:
CC-SA wasn't discussed, just the consequences of using ALv2, and whether
that had any connection with iCLA that are used in the case of Apache

Note that the Apache determination concerning CC-SA acceptability only
covers distribution without modification.  That probably does not matter
to this discussion.  With regard to any CC-BY-SA license, it is valuable
to have an explicit statement in the work itself how sufficient
attribution is to be made.  In an Apache release, that will be looked for
and honored.

-----Original Message-----
From: Andreas Mantke []
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2011 03:46
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Re: Licensing for NEW documents

Hi Jean,

Am Sonntag, 27. November 2011, 09:33:06 schrieb Jean Weber:
[ ... ]

I'll reiterate my comment in another note that if someone (you, for
example) were to write a new document from scratch and wanted to
license it only under CC-BY-SA, then they can certainly do so.

I don't understand the whole discussion. If I read the explanation at
correct there is no need for another licensing than CC-BY-SA, is it?
The CC licensing also very common in the environment of writing and


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