Right now, I'm torn between removing all of the e-Sword documentation I've written, and leaving it up. I am also torn between publishing documentation that I write in the future, or keeping it for my own use.
I would have thought that a group that uses the GNU GPL 2.0 license would both know, and understand the difference between closed source, and open source. I would also have thought that they would respect copyright law. It appears that I was wrong on both counts.
I've had some misgivings in the past about providing information about e-Sword. That a group that theoretically understands Open Source doesn't understand it, implies that my misgivings were justified.
Maybe I should have volunteered to talk about copyright, licenses, and similar things at BibleTech 2009.
Can you do Bible topic research with E-Sword - Well this may be a stupid question. But I'm new to E- Sword and just downloaded it. I looked on YouTube at a couple of video's but still kind of lost ab...
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