Request for approval: EUPL (European Union Public Licence)
nelson at crynwr.com
Sat Mar 15 23:50:28 UTC 2008
Matthew Flaschen writes:
> But what if translation X, say, doesn't require providing source code?
What if, say, a meteor struck the earth?
> > Free Software in a totalitarian state? Why don't we also imagine
> > frozen steam at the same time?
> I'd rather have free software in a totalitarian state than no free
> software in a totalitarian state.
I think you'd have more serious things to worry about than complying
with a software license.
> > Sure it is. It's just a choice of legal systems, just a
> > jurisdiction. Otherwise you're asking lawyers to draft a legal
> > document without knowing what system of laws it will be subject to.
> > Let's play a card game without Hoyle's and see if we can do it without
> > arguments.
> It's fine to specify EU law if the licensor is in Europe. But
> otherwise, it should be the law of the licensor's residence.
You already said that. You're repeating yourself without adding any
extra information which might help you convince us to agree with you.
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