Anyone interested to offer a basis for a new type of documentation that we can collaboratively use?
It isn't a lack of skill. Heck, I started a documentation effort with the protocol prior to this thread (already on the wiki). That is part of what is on my nerve at the moment, as I am seeking to document this protocol for my own efforts, and I would love to work collaboratively with others who are earnest in filling in the details.
I just want to know how far he is willing to go here in defending this supposed copyright.
I'll use a different format and it will clearly be a different document, but I'm certainly going to be using this same information as it comes from the same source. This effort currently is at:
If you want to help me in writing this document, I'd love to have your cooperation on it. It is a wiki, and it is also available under a Creative Commons license. I'm just trying to decide what else to put into there and what constitutes "copying" in terms of adding factual information. It isn't lack of skill, it is a worry that somehow this document by jgarzik is going to blow out of the water this current effort of mine on a legal basis by his insistence upon a license (or lack thereof) other than the Creative Commons license on the wiki. Content on the wiki does not require "permission" to copy.