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    Tutorial license


    I want to relese my tutorials under a free license but i would like to be informed about updates to them (If there are any) and also keep the header

    By: Giro
    Date: 2004-01-31
    Site: Linux Tutorials
    Email: giro - at - sub.gotdns.org
    Copyright 2004 Giro.

    keeping the link to my site can i do/enforce this under a free license from the GPL or such??

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    Take a look at http://creativecommons.org/ its something i keep hearing about recently, i think it has most of the basics there, like keep the credits etc. links to your website can be a part of the credits.

    Im not sure if creative commons or any other licence actually forces someone contacts you if they update your work, but if anyone else knows i would love to hear about them.

    Jason

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    Cheers J im having a look at it, Would be nice to be informed so I could update my versions with theres. Im sure the GPL covers this but ill keep my eyes open I want a doc license.

    EDIT :- It looks like an ok license i think i will use it

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