GPL for JS libraries (Was: Re: Redefining GPL?)
rick at linuxmafia.com
Sat Dec 2 17:59:38 UTC 2006
Quoting Philippe Verdy (verdy_p at wanadoo.fr):
> A change of technical form that does not change any term is not
> changing the GPL itself. So you can include the GPL as an HTML file if
> you like, or as a Word or OpenOffice document, or as an embedded
> resource shown within a program, it is still the original GPL.
I'm getting a sudden mental image of encountering the GPL as an embedded
Ogg file, with the text sung to the tune of "Alice's Restaurant".
Cheers, "Open your present...."
Rick Moen "No, you open your present...."
rick at linuxmafia.com Kaczinski Christmas.
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