Changes in v2:
- Instead of de-duplicating 'get' say 'can get'
- Change commit message accordingly
Yeah, this is what happens when I blindly write the patches a day later.
Btw, making it a v2 *and* changing the subject feels weird. Is that how
it is supposed to be done or should I have gone about differently?
(maybe using In-Reply-To would make sense here?)
content/learn/licenses.md | 2 +-
content/learn/participate/derived-works.md | 2 +-
2 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
diff --git a/content/learn/licenses.md b/content/learn/licenses.md
index 67e6e80..01e552d 100644
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ on. Otherwise:
To understand your obligations under any particular license, you will have to
read it (and perhaps consult a lawyer, especially if you represent a business).
However, most free software licenses have some traits in common with others, and
-you get get a simple understanding of them by learning about a few essential
+you can get a simple understanding of them by learning about a few essential
traits. Here are some common features of free software licenses:
diff --git a/content/learn/participate/derived-works.md b/content/learn/participate/derived-works.md
index d135a50..1e5b082 100644
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ into anything with relatively little obligation towards the copyright holders.
Most permissive licenses require only that you include the license text, or even
just a copyright statement, in your product. For free software projects which
incorporate permissively licensed code into their work, meeting these
-obligations is is usually as straightforward as including an additional license
+obligations is usually as straightforward as including an additional license
with your source code.
When incorporating permissively licensed free software into non-free works, you
a12bec9..b8e64ee master -> master
On Sat May 20, 2023 at 2:38 AM CEST, Piotr Masłowski wrote:
> Btw, making it a v2 *and* changing the subject feels weird. Is that how
> it is supposed to be done or should I have gone about differently?
> (maybe using In-Reply-To would make sense here?)
That's not an issue -- and you should indeed start a new thread.