> Just read carefully their page:
> http://www.gluecode.com/website/html/prod_licensing.htm
> ESL: Enterprise Source License
> OSL: OEM Source License
> None is an OSI approved license. In particular, the Enterprise Source
> License is certainly not open-source since it does not allow to
> distribute modified versions.
> It is not the first time that the term "open-source" in used with a
> different meaning of the OSI definition.

Sure, but why the OSI logo at the main page???

Can i also create a license that is not OSI and place the logo at the main
page? That could make my users happy. ;-D


license-discuss archive is at http://crynwr.com/cgi-bin/ezmlm-cgi?3

Reply via email to