IBM Public License
Lawrence E. Rosen
lrosen at rosenlaw.com
Fri May 11 17:22:08 UTC 2001
The Common Public License is the same as the IBM Public License with the
name "IBM" removed. IBM submitted that license directly to OSI for approval
because it helped solve a problem that people were having -- specifically,
the ability to use the IBM Public License without having to apply for
modification merely to replace IBM's name with the name of the new licensor.
We encourage other licensors to submit such "template" licenses wherever
>From: ddstreet at dylan.root.cx [mailto:ddstreet at dylan.root.cx]On Behalf Of
>Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 8:17 AM
>To: greg_lyons at sil.org
>Cc: license-discuss at opensource.org
>Subject: RE: IBM Public License and Debian Linux..... Not compatible?
>>I'm afraid I missed any discussion of Common Public License Version 0.5
>>that may have taken place earlier (nor have I found an archive of this
>ddstreet at ieee.org
>186,272 miles per second:
>It isn't just a good idea, it's the law!
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