Hmm. Once upon a time, I though that OSI policy was to require 'templates' for all approved licenses, and that any variations on that template were automatically approved. Is that (or was that ever) a formal policy?

-- Ernie P.

On May 23, 2004, at 10:09 PM, Julian Smart wrote:

Hello,

Due to circumstances beyond our control (i.e. Microsoft!), we've had
to change wxWindows' name to wxWidgets.

I don't know if we need to have a second OSI-sanctioned
license with the new name, or if the existing one can be
modified, but keeping a single license would be preferred
if it's possible.

Many thanks in advance for considering this issue!

Julian Smart
wxWindows/wxWidgets project founder


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