[openip] Re: GNU License for Hardware
Bernard.Lang at inria.fr
Thu Oct 14 22:55:35 UTC 1999
On Thu, Oct 14, 1999 at 07:43:14PM +0200, Angelo Schneider wrote:
> Hi all,
> Richard Stallman wrote:
> > I am looking for a GPL-like license, but it is intended for
> > collections of data resources, for the time being linguistic resources:
> > corpora, dictionnaries (as used by machines, not people), grammars
> > I see no reason why the GPL could not be used.
> to make it simple:
> The GPL is one of the licences which gives you actually the least
> you can get from a free/open software.
> It forces you to release all your stuff which is in someway combined
> with the GNU stuff as GPL, too.
do not waste your breath, or fingers... discussion obsolete
I was obviously asking for technical details.
There are few people whose judgement I trust ... Richard is one of them.
> Most people prefer 'free' software where the author states: "you can
> do what ever you want provided you leave this notice intact".
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