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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 8 years ago 2014-11-06 21:36:47
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copyleft licensing.  Its primary project is currently a
 
[comprehensive tutorial and guide](/guide/), which describes the policy
 
motivations for copyleft exists, presents a detailed analysis of the text of
 
various copyleft licenses, and gives examples and case studies of copyleft
 
compliance situations.
 
  
 
## The Copyleft Guide and Tutorial
 
### The Copyleft Guide and Tutorial
 

	
 
The primary project currently on this site is the
 
[tutorial book entitled *Copyleft and the GNU General Public License: A Comprehensive Guide and Tutorial*](/guide/).
 

	
 
## Getting Involved
 
### Getting Involved
 

	
 
There are various ways to get involved with this project.  The primary
 
copyleft.org website is a wiki, and we welcome additional information.
 
Please edit this wiki with more information about copyleft.
 

	
 
However, the primary project available on this site is the aforementioned
 
guide and tutorial about GPL and other copyleft concepts.  We seek
 
contributors
 

	
 
## Who Contributes to Copyleft.org?
 
### Who Contributes to Copyleft.org?
 

	
 
This site is a joint project of
 
[Software Freedom Conservancy](https://sfconservancy.org) and
 
[the Free Software Foundation](https://fsf.org).  The editor-in-chief of
 
[the guide](/guide/) is [Bradley M. Kuhn](http://ebb.org/bkuhn).  The
 
[recent changes page](http://copyleft.org/recentchanges) shows who has
 
contributed to the wiki, and you can see the
 
[Git commit log on the tutorial](https://gitorious.org/copyleft-org/tutorial/commits/)
 
to see who has contributed to it.
 

	
 
## Offsite Resources
 
### Offsite Resources
 

	
 
### What Is Copyleft?
 
#### What Is Copyleft?
 

	
 
Here are a few sources to read generally what copyleft is:
 
  * [Richard M. Stallman's essay on copyleft at gnu.org](https://www.gnu.org/copyleft/)
 
  * [The Wikipedia entry on Copyleft](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyleft)
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