Which license to use?

David Woolley david at djwhome.demon.co.uk
Fri Jan 12 07:45:59 UTC 2007

> OSI-approved (and free) software.  Even if the software is licensed
> under an OSI-approved license, you may not use the certification mark if
> any part of the software does not have published source.

That would prevent the use of the mark on GPLed software supplied as
binaries for proprietary operating systems!  I would expect there to
the same exemption as in the GPL, namely that components normally 
supplied with the OS or its development system would be allowed.

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