On 20/03/2017, Sam Kuper firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 20/03/2017, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger email@example.com wrote:
On 18.03.2017 17:50, Sam Kuper wrote:
Ideally, Flashrom would license the content under the GFDL and CC BY-SA 3.0, making the content entirely license-compatible with content from Wikipedia and from the Stack Exchange network of websites.
Any licensing which inhibits moving code comments to the wiki or vice versa is a really bad idea.
I doubt this would be a problem in practice. I think there are standard exceptions for this sort of thing. But I'll try to remember to look into it, because if there *aren't* exceptions for it, then you're right: it could be a problem.
Also, even if the wiki content were licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0, I don't see how there would be any more of an impediment to moving text between the code and the wiki than presently exists. Please correct me if you think I am mistaken.