[License-review] For Approval: Convertible Free Software License, Version 1.3 (C-FSL v1.3)
estellnb at elstel.org
Fri Jan 11 14:09:01 UTC 2019
On 10.01.19 01:31, Rob Landley wrote:
> Meanwhile, Google's boringssl is a hard fork of openssl that mostly removed
> stuff and is deployed on an order of magnitude more devices than the original
> version (due to android shipping a billion devices a year) but the original
> still exists and is used! Is it a new project or not? Who can say?
If it was C-FSL boringssl would likely not be considered a fork that
allows appointing its own original authors. Nonetheless for the other
examples they will grow until they can appoint their own original
authors. What is the problem about it?
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