[Grok-dev] license for docs

Kevin Teague kevin at bud.ca
Sat Jan 26 19:00:16 EST 2008

I've just removed the GFDL Copyright from the site. (This can be set  
globally for the /documentation/ section by setting the Copyright  
field http://grok.zope.org/documentation/edit)

The ZPL is a software license, how well does it apply to content? The  
Zope 3 book and Zope Guide use the Creative Commons license, while the  
rest of the Zope 3 wiki content is unlicensed:



Maybe we should leave the global Documentation license empty? We can  
then either embed the appropriate license within the content or use  
the Content Licensing add-on for Plone (http://plone.org/products/contentlicensing 
) to denote the desired license?

If we have a global ZPL content license and someone documents using  
Grok with non-ZPL'ed parts, such as KSS, Storm, SQLAlchemy, etc. and  
includes snippets of source code from those projects is that a license  

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