[steering-discuss] decision on screenshots
as one of my tasks from the previous SC calls, I promised to come up
with a slightly modified statement regarding the use of screenshots.
Here it is:
Screenshots for documentation, website and marketing should preferably
be taken on Linux, but may also be taken on any other operating system.
The Steering Committee acknowledges that there is a small legal risk
involved for screenshots on non-free operating systems, but the risk is
Does this reflect everyone's wishes?
What I want to say is:
1. The preferred solution for screenshots is to do them with Linux, but
any other operating system is acceptable as well.
2. There is a small legal risk, but we doubt it is of practical relevance.
Any native speaker who wants to improve the wording, feel free, but
please do not completely change the meaning. :-) The following two items
have to be in that statement.
I'd like to proceed to voting on the statement soon.
Florian Effenberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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