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Re: LaTex and cc licenses


On 01/22/2014 10:10 AM, JM wrote:
On Wed, 22 Jan 2014 08:19:18 -0600
Israel <israel@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Sorry to break the silence everyone...

On 01/21/2014 05:11 AM, zleap wrote:

I have managed to insert some very basic logos for the license in the
manual,  cc - by - sa (for now at least) I know that the ubuntu manual
has the fill text too, just wondered if anyone knew how this was achieved.

same goes for the gpl license text.

Are you asking about the license text itself?  All those licenses are
freely available, and you can include them in the manual.  If you are
asking about something else, I have not been able to determine what it
is you are exactly asking.
Either way here is a list

Same, I don't know what the question is. If you mean "where does the text come from?"
then it would be from the website of the Creative Commons:

for the CC-BY-SA.

I think I have read on the Ubuntu website that this is the version CC licence the Ubuntu
website recommands for documentation? Unless it is at the pages Israel pointed to at the
ToriOS forum. ;)

Best regards,

Do you mind clarifying what you mean by: I have managed to insert some very basic logos for the license in the manual. I believe that you are talking about the little circle with cc for the creative commons license and SA for the sharealike license?