[theora-dev] dead DCSearchPoints code
dan at on2.com
Tue Jun 17 15:02:44 PDT 2003
It would be much cleaner if you could release the text under the BSD-style Xiph license that Theora is released with. Having the spec include a GNU license could be confusing, potentially giving the impression that Theora itself is bound by GNU, which it's not. GNU is considerably more restrictive than our license - dan
<p>> From: Mike Melanson [mailto:melanson at pcisys.net]
> On Tue, 17 Jun 2003, Dan Miller wrote:
> > If it's OK with you, I would like to incorporate parts of
> your document (credited, of course) into the Theora
> I suspect it will be okay to incorporate stuff from my document.
> All of my codec documents use the GNU Free Documentation License. More
> information is here:
> I mostly did this because I just wanted *some* kind of
> copyright notice on
> my documents.
> -Mike Melanson
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