Daiki Ueno <u...@gnu.org> wrote:
> It was reported that there are potential use-cases where GPL2-only
> programs indirectly link to the libunistring shared library through
> intermediate libraries, such as GNUTLS or libidn2.  However, that is
> currently not possible because libunistring is LGPLv3+.

> Bruno Haible proposed to change the license of the library from LGPLv3+
> to the "LGPLv3+ or GPLv2" dual license.  I was wondering if we can
> proceed with that change.
[...]
> If it is okay, I can make a new minor release with the licensing change,
> based on the latest release.

Hello,

ping? Could you please make a release with the license change?

thanks, cu Andreas
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