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==Discussion of terms==
 
 
* ''structured'': which gives access to the structure of the work (for example, an OpenDocument file gives access to the structure of the document, whereas a PDF file doesn't)
 
* ''modifiable'': whose format allows easy modification (including modification of structure)
 
* ''computation'': which does not involve any creative act from a human being
 
 
 
==Transitivity==
 
==Transitivity==
 
Of course, the source code must satisfy the freedoms of free content as well.
 
Of course, the source code must satisfy the freedoms of free content as well.
 
Therefore, by recursion, our definition is not weaker than the one in the GNU GPL
 
Therefore, by recursion, our definition is not weaker than the one in the GNU GPL

Revision as of 22:32, 1 August 2015

Transitivity

Of course, the source code must satisfy the freedoms of free content as well. Therefore, by recursion, our definition is not weaker than the one in the GNU GPL