At 13:19 16-08-01, Sascha Schumann wrote:
> > Having now re-read the Q license a few times, the PHP license a few
> > times, this seems unrelated to licensing, and more related to
> You might want to reread the QPL then. The important point
> is clause 3 which prohibits distributing changes, unless they
> are provided as patches. This is highly unpractical, because
> it even does not permit you to run a CVS server where
> something simple as browsing the CVS using Chora or doing a
> checkout would already constitute distributing the changes.
> So, any source-code which is under the QPL will hardly
> become a source for further external development, because the
> changes are unmaintainable.
From the annotated license:
"Any technique is acceptable for keeping changes separate - generally, you
would have to mark changes very clearly for them to be separate. We don't
want to hard-code the idea that the form must be patches. "
(this is not an encouragement to make you fork, just pointing out that
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