The PostgreSQL documentation has a BSD copyright, meaning you can do
anything with it, including sell it.
> Please could you tell me what is the PostgreSQL documentation's license ?
> I'll have to write a course on PostgreSQL (in french only) and I want to
> know if I could just translate PostgreSQL reference cards for each
> SQL command, e.g. I'm particularly interested in translating the synopsis
> and some of the description of each SQL command manpage, and then
> incorporating them in my own work's appendices.
> Do you allow me to do that ?
> thanks in advance.
> Jerome Alet - alet(at)unice(dot)fr - http://cortex.unice.fr/~jerome
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