I have posted this question originally on StackExchange Open Source yesterday (it is under this link). If you want to answer it, I will be glad if you make it either here or there; it does not matter for me, do as you would like. I will post the question in very similar form because I do not feel that changing it would better clarify my needs.
Recently, I have been considering making some screenshots of LibreOffice’s applications and putting them on my blog (just as graphical examples for the text). But then, I started to think about what rights and obligations – in general, what licenses – are appropriate to such use of LibreOffice. For example, whether I am required to include any particular license notices.
I mean screenshots both of whole windows / dialog boxes, and of any part of them.
I have found the following threads related to my question:
However, none of them answers my question as I do not see in neither of them any mentions about screenshots from the legal point of view.
Moreover, I have searched for any such mentions in the license that LibreOffice is made available under (Mozilla Public License Version 2.0), but found nothing.
I have found the following guide for legally using screenshots of Microsoft products. I am putting it here because maybe it will better show what I am about. I imagine whether there would be at least a statement like this on the internet, but considering LibreOffice (or some broader group of software that LibreOffice explicitly states it is a part of).
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/legal/intellectualproperty/permissions/default.aspx (navigate to the section “Screenshots”)
I realize that it may not make any sense speaking about licensing in such a case; if so, I would also like to see any source that states it explicitly.