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  • It’s still an open content license, so that’s good, but this book is never going to find it’s way into the Parrot repo.

    You haven’t signed your copyright away, have you? If all of the copyright holders can agree to re-licence a work, or the ones who do agree can remove or substitute the contributions from those who do not agree or cannot be reached, then it can most certainly be distributed under a new licence.

    The original copyright holder is, after all, not subject to their own lice

    • This is true, I was over-simplifying. I haven't signed away my copyright, in fact I've explicitly mentioned that my contributions to this book are also available under the Artistic License 2.0. However, other contributors haven't made such a statement, and there are some anonymous contributions that we can't track back to their editors to get their permissions to dual-license.

      Andrew Whitworth