On Thursday, 13 April 2017 at 17:43:14 UTC, Bill Baxter wrote:
I would probably call it gnublas or gplblas something to make it clear thatit's got that aspect to it.It can't ever really be "the one true" blas lib for all D users with thatlicense.Re: merging with Mir GLAS, that seems very tricky without changing MirGLAS's license to GPL. --bb
Yep. Mir GLAS license would be always BSL. It is possible to use Netlib's source codes. They are always up to date and can be used for BSL.