cvs commit: src Makefile.inc1 src/crypto/openssh sshd.c
src/etc Makefile src/etc/gss Makefile mech qop src/etc/mtree
BSD.include.dist BSD.root.dist src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/cvs Makefile
src/include Makefile gssapi.h src/include/gssapi Makefile gssapi.h ...
hrs at FreeBSD.org
Mon Jan 2 04:54:44 PST 2006
Doug Rabson <dfr at nlsystems.com> wrote
in <200601020928.10955.dfr at nlsystems.com>:
df> I take the 'in whole or in part' phrase as allowing the kind of copying
df> that I performed while writing the manpages. The above copyright notice
df> is preserved in each and every manpage. I will also note that the
df> Solaris manpages for GSS-API have been derived from the same text as
df> can be clearly seen by reading a representative selection. I don't have
df> the Solaris manpage source so I can't tell what copyright they contain.
See discussion in the IETF IPR-WG mailing list:
People in this discussion think creating a derivative work of an RFC
is not permitted to third parties though some commercial UNIXes
certainly include RFC derived manual pages.
Although some are working on fixing this problem[*], I think the
legality is still in a gray area at the current moment, at least.
| Hiroki SATO
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