On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 07:49:59PM +0200, Giovanni Mascellani wrote:
> Following a closer inspection at the licensing terms GeoGebra authors
> use, I noticed that GeoGebra isn't free anymore, starting from version
> 4.2. The help and language files, which were before distributed under
> CC-BY-SA 3.0+, have now the NC attribute to[1]. Moreover, it doesn't
> seem to be possible to just avoid them, because at least the language
> files are required to build the program.

Oh, that hurts! :(

> I'm really sorry of this thing and will get in touch with GeoGebra
> developers to ask for clarifications and understand whether it's
> possible to revert this decision.

Hope they will understand DFSG's reasons. Please, keep me up-to-date with this
issue, I am very interested in it.


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