On Mon, 19 Jan 2009 13:18:59 +0100, Michal Luczaj wrote:

> > First of all: there is no licensing statement.
> > Second: I need a copyright holder, best if it is your real name.
> Hello,

Hello Michal,
thanks for your reply.

> I've contacted module's co-author (bartavelle at bandecon com) and we
> chose GPLv2.

Bartavelle already chose a license for "all his contributions":


The text is as follows:

>  * This software may be modified, redistributed, and used for any purpose,
>  * so long as its origin is acknowledged.

This is a better licensing if you wish your module to be included upstream.
Please read some posts by the author in that regard:


The same applies for IPB2, I won't send a separate mail for it.


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