Oh holy spirit of free software...
I know that PDF is not under the GPL. But please don't teach me which =
software I'm allowd to use und which not.
PDF dokuments are very usefull as long as the sources are available. If =
you don't think so, just don't use it - but don't be that dogmatically.
So you smart ass (sorry, but to much is to much), here is the next =
Is the DL dokumentation available as (nice formated, for easy printing) =
postscript file. I hope postscript agrees to your religion - if not just =
shut up and spare me with your comments!
Von: devil-linux-discuss-admin@... =
[mailto:devil-linux-discuss-admin@...] Im Auftrag von =
John van V.
Bereitgestellt: Sonntag, 28. August 2005 14:59
Bereitgestellt in: devil-linux discuss
Unterhaltung: [Devil-Linux-discuss] Documentation as PDF?
Betreff: Re: [Devil-Linux-discuss] Documentation as PDF?
PDF is not GPL
PDF is a control application, their concept of security depends on the =
user being controlled, unable to work with the document, the worst part =
of the Information Society
Trust to us is a security concept, it is a parallel to human trust. But =
trust to Adobe and Micro$oft means that they control your computer, they =
can trust your system because it is not really yours, it is still =
This is described in the (so-called) IP area but the documents I have =
been using are too convoluted to cut and paste easily but here is a =
Here is a link of mine that talks about it in generalities esp in terms =
of global trade =
And the source information
John van V.
--- devil-linux discuss <devil-linux-discuss@...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> does anybody know, if the DL documatation is also availible in PDF?=20
> When yes where?
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