Licensing of documentation
Mon Jun 27 11:38:00 CEST 2005
I'm looking for "free as in freedom" documentation on Erlang to use as a
starting point for a project.
I'm assuming that Prentice Hall still has the copyright to "Concurrent
Programming in Erlang - Part 1". Is this true ?
What is the copyright status of the Erlang 4.7.3 Reference Manual dated
Feb 9th, 1999 ? The introduction says it "should be useful as a basis for
a future international standardization" which hints at openess, but I
cannot find any copyright statement.
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