Brian Sutherland wrote:
> I'm making an attempt at packaging sourcecodegen and Chameleon for
> Debian, but I've immediately stumbled over licensing issues.
> AFAIKT all code in the repoze repository shares the same license, so I
> plan on copying the version from
Technically, the effect of the contributor agreement makes it possible for
Agendaless to license anything contributed to the Repoze SVN repository under
Code committed to the Repoze source repository (Committed Code)
must be governed by the Repoze Public License (RPL) or another
license acceptable to both Agendaless Consulting and the Open
Source Initiative. Committer will verify that Committed Code
contains the text of another license acceptable to both
Agendaless Consulting and the Open Source Initiative. Until
Agendaless Consulting declares in writing a license other than
the RPL, only the RPL shall be used.
But ethically this is Malthe's code, and the code itself has no license text in
it. On chameleon.repoze.org he states "Chameleon is covered by the BSD
License." So I'll ask him to clarify which BSD license he means.
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