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sebastian.kruk at knowledgehives.com
Tue Sep 2 16:08:13 UTC 2008
Thanks - this answers my question.
I think we will choose AGPL (or QT - based on what our lawyer will
say) + this disclaimer ..
Thank you all once again.
On Sep 2, 2008, at 16:52 , Bruce Perens wrote:
> Sebastian Kruk wrote:
>> The idea is to "ask" people installing our software not to turn off
>> replication (one or both ways - this is still to be discussed)
>> code. I have heard that this is how Magnolia is going to open-
>> source themselves as well.
> You can "request but not compel" anything you like. It is generally
> phrased "We request that as a courtesy to the initial developer that
> you ..." In general, these requests should be separate from the
> license, although they can be in the same file and can be stated
> before the license, and they should be clearly phrased as requests.
> You should use an already-accepted license for simplicity. And you
> should run all of this by your own lawyer, for your protection.
> Although some of the folks on this list are attorneys (not me), they
> aren't your attorney.
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