On Tue, Aug 03, 2010 at 05:08:11PM +0200, Peter Fischer wrote:
> some kind of "embrace and extend" (like what happened to kerberos
> after win 2k), so that the market would later force you to support
> "industry standards", parts of which are patented and/or expensive.
Oops, that's tough. Thanks for that aspect, I didn't think that way. Is
any of the existing licenses able to defend against that?
> So if you want some part/aspect of picolisp to be free and open
> forever, put these files unter LGPL and the rest under BSD.
LPGL does not help very much, as I see it, because "linking" is not