On 19/01/2008, Joe Smith wrote:
The following is a review of the CeCILL-C licence. Further, it is only
an analysis of the English text.
Disclaimers: IANAL, IANADD.
Section 6.4's third clause may be a freeness issue.
Section 13 may be a freeness issue.
The license does
Ivan Ristic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I think that it's possible to design a licensing exception that would
essentially say the following:
- For non-ModSecurity-related modules, allow any open source licence.
We would either call for any OSI-certified licence, or explicitly
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There's an issue with the new upstream version of warsow that I think
will make it undistributable, even in the non-free category of Debian.
I've attached the entire license file for the new version of warsow.
I want to
I'm sorry, I forgot to ask about other concerns that myself and
another member of the Debian Games team had.
I'll repeat what Vincent (the other member) was concerned about.
On Jan 21, 2008 10:26 PM, Andres Mejia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
3. You may not copy, modify, publish,
* Ivan Ristic:
The problem is that an Apache installation typically consists of many
modules, each with a potentially different licence. I am only aware of
the incompatibility between the GPLv2 and the ASL, although other
issues may exist. Although GPLv2 is our licence of choice, we do not
Hi all people, I new on this list and I am
also interesting in this problem with the
license of TrueCrypt.
Maybe it can help to know that in Mandriva
distribution, somebody has packed TrueCrypt
with another name: RealCrypt and it has made
it available in their contrib/backports
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