OSL 3.0 Explained
lrosen at rosenlaw.com
Mon Jan 7 21:12:32 UTC 2008
My article explaining OSL 3.0 is now available on my website,
Originally published in Computer Law Review International (CRi) 2007, pp.
166-171 (a print-only publication), this article is now available online for
free copying, modification or distribution under the Open Software License
(OSL 3.0) itself. Please be free to copy and distribute this article to
anyone who needs to understand how OSL 3.0 and its companion licenses
function as open source licenses.
I hope it will clear up any remaining confusion. If not, I welcome comments
P.S. I apologize in advance for the cross-posting.
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Author of "Open Source Licensing: Software Freedom and
Intellectual Property Law" (Prentice Hall 2004)
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