[Moderator's note: I'd really like to shut down the What license?
At 12:52 AM 11/27/2003 -0800, J Harper wrote:
1) Not GPL or LPGL, please. I'm a fan of the GPL for most things, but
for embedded software, especially in the security domain, it's a
killer. I'm supposed to allow users to modify the software that runs
on their secure token? And on a small platform where there won't be
such things as loadable modules, or even process separation, the
(L)GPL really does become viral. This is, I think, why Red Hat
releases eCos under a non-GPL (but still open source) license.
We're aware of these issues. How do other people on the group feel?
That's an obvious call for a BSD / C-News style license
- You're free to copy it but leave our copyright notice in.
- You acknowledge that you got it for free and that any consequences,
no matter how horrible, of what you do with it are not our
- You're free to change it, but only if you include a notice that you
- Maybe something about you must either distribute the licensed source code
for no more than a copying/handling charge or else a pointer to
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