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Introduction to the Joomla! Electronic Documentation License

O intuito da Joomla! EDL é promover a ampla distribuição da documentação Joomla! ao mesmo tempo que tendo em conta que qualquer adição ou modificação, a nosso critério, tomar-se e fez parte da documentação oficial distribuída pelo Projeto Joomla! Desta forma, esperamos garantir que mais pessoas possam se beneficiar do trabalho dos autores e as melhorias feitas na documentação possam ser inseridos no projeto para o benefício de todos. Queremos incentivar o uso da documentação, incluindo o uso comercial, mas, ao mesmo tempo, queremos ter certeza de que a documentação permaneça não-proprietária.

Toda nova documentação produzida pelo Projeto Joomla! estará sujeita a Joomla! EDL, salvo disposição em contrário. Tentaremos colocar as documentações anteriores sob esta licença também, mas isso exige que se obtenha permissão de todos os detentores de direitos autorais. Por favor, certifique-se da licença de cada pedaço da documentação antes de tentar distribuí-la. Se tiver qualquer pergunta relacionadas a esta licença, por favor envie um email para license@opensourcematters.org.

Por favor, observe que esse FAQ não é parte da licença, mas é apresentado apenas para ajudar na compreensão de como funciona a licença.

Joomla! Electronic Documentation License FAQ

  1. Can I put the documentation on a website and allow others to download it?
    Yes, but "You must provide a copy of this license, notice that it applies to the Work, and information needed to acquire the Source Form to anybody to whom you distribute the Work."
  2. Can I put the documentation on a website which carries paid advertising?
    Yes. See question 1.
  3. Can I put the documentation on a website and charge a fee to download it?
    Yes, commercial use is permitted provided you abide by the terms of license. See question 1.
  4. What about translations?
    Translations are works based on the original work and so are subject to the license in the same way that any other work based on it would be.
  5. Can I modify, add to, or translate the documentation then put it on a website and allow others to download it?
    Yes, but you must grant whoever downloads it a "copyleft license" and you must grant the authors a "grantback license". Read the license carefully to see what that entails and if you have any questions then please email license@opensourcematters.org.
  6. Can I put a modified version of the documentation on a website and charge for others to download it?
    Yes, commercial use is permitted, provided you abide by the terms of the license. See question 5.
  7. Am I giving up to OSM the copyright on any modifications I make?
    No, you retain copyright on all the modifications or additions that you make. The intention here is merely to ensure that nobody can make the documentation proprietary.
  8. What does "proprietary" mean?
    Proprietary means that you do not have the right to copy, modify, and redistribute the documentation.
  9. Can I make the documentation available through a print-on-demand service such as Lulu?
    No. You do not have permission to make printed copies of the documentation available to anyone.
  10. Can I print copies of the documentation and give them to others?
    No. This license only gives you permission to distribute electronic copies of the documentation.
  11. How can I get permission to make printed copies?
    You must formally request permission from the authors. Granting of such permission is not automatic and will be subject to a separate license.
  12. Can I print out a copy of the documentation for my own personal use?
    Yes, printing a copy for personal use is permitted.
  13. Can I print out copies for educational use?
    The laws of copyright apply so if the educational use is permitted under copyright law in your jurisdiction then that is permitted by this license also.
  14. Can I use the Joomla! logo on my modified version of the documentation?
    Yes, provided you comply with the Joomla! logo guidelines, available here: Brand Identity Elements - Official Logo
  15. What should I do if I find a possible violation of this license?
    You should report the possible violation to the appropriate copyright holders. If you believe someone is violating the EDL license of the people who wrote the documentation for the Joomla! project please report the violation by e-mail to license@opensourcematters.org