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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 7 years ago 2014-11-08 23:15:15
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### 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](/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.
 

	
 
### URLs You Can Memorize!
 

	
 
copyleft.org has many easy-to-remember URLs.  These are convenience URLs that
 
you can memorize and give to people verbally to point them to the right part
 
of [The Guide](https://copyleft.org/guide/).  (Since the guide is very large,
 
we thought a few easy-to-remember ways to tell people where to look would be
 
helpful.)  Here are the primary ones:
 

	
 
  * [copyleft.org](https://copyleft.org) points to this page.
 
  * [copyleft.guide](http://copyleft.guide) points to the guide itself.
 
  * [compliance.guide](http://compliance.guide) points to the *GPL Compliance Guide* section of the full Guide.
 
  * [gpl.guide](http://gpl.guide) points to the *Detailed Analysis of the GNU GPL and Related Licenses* section of the full Guide.
 

	
 
As time goes on, we'll add convenience URLs to refer to specific parts of the
 
guide, which makes it easy to refer people to portions of the Guide.  Here
 
are a the ones that exist so far:
 

	
 
  * [compliance.guide/pristine](http://compliance.guide/pristine) points to
 
    the "pristine example", the chapter entitled *ThinkPenguin Wireless Router: Excellent CCS*.
 

	
 
### Offsite Resources
 

	
 
#### 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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