Bugzilla documentation in wiki?
justdave at bugzilla.org
Fri Nov 7 18:38:11 UTC 2008
Gervase Markham wrote on 11/7/08 1:10 PM:
> I don't suppose there's a copy of the Bugzilla documentation in a wiki
> If so, we could use the new clause of the GNU FDL to relicense it under
> Creative Commons BY-SA, which seems to be what most people are using
> these days for copyleft docs and so provides best compatibility with
> other works...
> But if there wasn't a copy in a wiki somewhere on November 1st, we can't
> :-( I don't think CVS counts as an "MMC Site", because it's not true
> that anybody can edit it.
How much effort would it be to relicense by authors' permissions? I
have written permission from Matthew Barnson to relicense anything
written by him as I see fit (obtained the last time we were discussing
relicensing it, that we never got around to doing) and he contributed a
major portion of the original docs. You, Vlad, Travis, and Colin are
probably the other major contributors (though I haven't looked, I'm just
pulling names out of the air). How may contributors would we have to
get permission from to do the relicense the old-fashioned way? :)
Dave Miller http://www.justdave.net/
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