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do not (yet) use translated legal notices


In your file docs-common/common/fedora-entites-{lang}.ent, please set
this entity to point at the -en legal notice:

<!ENTITY LEGALNOTICE-CONTENT SYSTEM "./legalnotice-content-en.xml">

This is the actual content.  To translate it, we need the translations
approved by a lawyer.  Probably for each translation, and the lawyer
needs to be fluent in the language to approve it.

Alternately, we could get some text from a lawyer that says, "This is a
translation of the English license that may or may not pertain to your
country and laws.  It is therefore not a legal license in all
jurisdictions."  The we translate that.

Meanwhile, please use the only legally approved legal notice for all of
our documentation.

Save the translations of the legal notice, hopefully we need them Real

- Karsten
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