There's a website that I really like which is licensed under CC-BY-SA. I've always thought it would work really well as a physical book too, and so I've decided to try to make it happen.
I'm planning on selling copies afterwards, not because I'm aiming to make a huge profit but just because it will take a bit of an investment from me to convert it, and I'd like to recoup some of that.
As I understand it, this is permissible by CC-BY-SA provided that I license my printed copies as CC-BY-SA also, as well as providing attribution. What I'm not so sure about is how far I have to go to comply with this.
Is it sufficient for me to just notify readers that they can scan or photocopy the book, or do I have to distribute the PDFs that I used to print it? I'm going to use an automated process to do much of the conversion, do I also have to release my code under CC-BY-SA?