I need to distribute theme files to several colleagues, and the templates I'm working off of all have this header:
Copyright year by name <email> This file may be distributed and/or modified 1. under the LaTeX Project Public License and/or 2. under the GNU Public License. See the file doc/licenses/LICENSE for more details.
I read through the Beamer manual's copyright section, am I interpreting it correctly that this is all I need to include in the file?
Since the theme files don't have to be placed in the LaTeX distribution location (they'll also work in the compiling directory) I wanted to clear that last line up some. I was going to specify a more specific path, but it turns out I can't find the correct doc/licenses/* files either. Looking at LICENSE which I found on what looks like CTAN, none of the other files are there. I can't find
manifest-code.txt, I can't find
manifest-documentation.txt, and I can't find the plain text version of the license. I can't even find that directory in either of the LaTeX distributions I have access to. Since I know the license is in the Beamer manual, I'll just direct to that with
See the Section 'Licenses and Copyright' in the Beamer manual for more details.