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Sat Apr 21 14:57:51 UTC 2012
Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org>

On 04/20/2012 06:44 PM, Crunch wrote:
> 1) Why if the original document was licensed with an "open commons" 
> license is the document being relicensed as an "open publication" license.

they were not open commons originally, and i guess we just need to
update things at our end to get in line ( and update the docs as well )

> 2) Why does the foot note say that you can't modify the document? "open 
> commons" states that you can do anything you like to the document so 
> long as it retains a reference to the original document and licensor.

same as above..

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