[License-review] For Legacy Approval: Zope Public License v2.1

Ben Ramsey ben at benramsey.com
Wed Apr 7 14:25:56 UTC 2021

> On Apr 7, 2021, at 05:59, Jens Vagelpohl <jens at netz.ooo> wrote:
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>> On 7. Apr 2021, at 12:12 , Kevin P. Fleming <kevin+osi at km6g.us> wrote:
>> Is there a reason Zope 2.1 should be listed as 'legacy' and not as a
>> 'non-reusable' license as Zope 2.0 is currently listed? It's still in
>> active use, so it doesn't seem like it should be listed as 'legacy'.
> Hi Kevin,
> I chose the terminology “legacy approval” because there was no other term that appeared to match the situation when I want to update an existing certified license that had been in use for many years. IMHO the existing OSI classification  for ZPL 2.0 as “non-reusable” is still valid and I didn’t intend to question that part.
> Jens Vagelpohl

This is the same way we handled the recent legacy approval of the PHP License 3.01.


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