given the variety of tools and formats available what is easily editable to one person may be completely useless to another person.
The "the preferred form for editing" language in the DSL license seems to cover that. PostScript might be the preferred form for editing certain documents, but if I generate the postscript with tex/dvips it certainly isn't.
This mirrors the case of software, where assembly might be the preferred form for editing for some programs while not being acceptable for other programs.
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