On Thu, 25 May 2006, Garrett Rooney wrote:
> On 5/25/06, David James <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >If you're looking for the most flexible option, pick the MIT or BSD
> >licenses. These licenses are very liberal and are compatible with all
> >I've heard that the ASL 2.0 (and Subversion's license, which is a
> >derivative of ASL 1.1) is technically GPL incompatible.
> That very much depends on who you ask, at least with regard to the ASL
> 2.0, and the specific case where there may be an incompatibility is
> only regarding some reasonably obscure patent issues.
> >(If you pick the BSD license, note that you will have to explain that
> >you chose the version which does not have the advertising clause. On
> >the other hand, if you pick the MIT license, you won't have to worry
> >about this.)
> This is true.
Giovanni, I would like to see svnmerge ship as a binary with the rest
of the binary distribution, and would also like to see it relicensed.
Received on Fri May 26 00:39:35 2006
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