Re: [Yade-dev] Request for sudoDEM+third party source code

2020-03-01 Thread Bruno Chareyre
Dear Shiwei,
Congrats, it is an important step. I'm forwarding the news to yade-dev. :)
Best Regards
Bruno

On Sun, 1 Mar 2020 at 17:26, Shiwei Zhao  wrote:

> I already pushed the source codes into a GitHub repository (
> https://github.com/SudoDEM/SudoDEM). Hope to collaborate with you soon.
> Thank you.
>
>
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Re: [Yade-dev] Request for sudoDEM+third party source code

2020-02-27 Thread Bruno Chareyre
On Thu, 27 Feb 2020 at 16:59, Janek Kozicki (yade) 
wrote:

> We have met Jidong Zhao, the sudoDEM co-author, at the last yade
> workshop. Perhaps we should ask him directly?
>

Shiewei is the maintainer and distributor of sudoDEM [1].
I think I met him at DEM8 too. The sources of sudoDEM were available at
that time IIRC, it changed since then.
The license issues are easy to fix and (hopefully) the source code will be
easy to get.
We can ping Jidong otherwise.
B
[1] https://www.swayzhao.tk/sudodem/
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Re: [Yade-dev] Request for sudoDEM+third party source code

2020-02-27 Thread Janek Kozicki (yade)
We have met Jidong Zhao, the sudoDEM co-author, at the last yade
workshop. Perhaps we should ask him directly?



Bruno Chareyre said: (by the date of Thu, 27 Feb 2020 15:52:08 +0100)

> Dear Shiewei,
> I was trying to use and to check something in the source code of sudoDEM3D
> today.
> However, I found that the program was distributed only in the form of
> binary code. Did I miss something?
> If not, could you please send me (or provide a link to download same
> versions of) the source codes that were used to generate the binary objects
> available as tarballs for sudoDEM3D at [1]
> 
> and for the third party libraries at [2]
> ?
> 
> I believe sudoDEM is a great achievement and I'm glad that yade was helpful
> for that work.
> I also think it is very important to comply to the terms and conditions of
> yade's license (GPL2), and I feel annoyed that sudoDEM apparently doesn't.
> In fact, it certainly also breaks the terms and conditions of some third
> party libraries.
> 
> I'm reproducing below relevant subsets of yade's license (GPL2), they speak
> for themselves I think. Please note that mentioning GPL3 on your website is
> irrelevant since the GPL3 applies to a source code only, not to a binary
> code.
> Licensing questions are not always easy, if you are unsure what is
> permitted please contact yade-dev@lists.launchpad.net, we will do our best
> to advise.
> If you are "in the process of" making sources available, then maybe just
> don't distribute binaries meanwhile. In any case, make sure you can always
> provide the exact same sources you use for generating each *.so you
> distribute.
> The easiest (though not mandatory) way to do so, by far, is to
> systematically give links to both binaries and sources for each version. In
> any case, you must provide license in full, and a written notice on how to
> get source codes if you don't provide a link to it.
> 
> Best Regards
> 
> Bruno Chareyre
> 
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>   2. You may modify your copy [...] and distribute such modifications
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> otherwise [...] will automatically terminate your rights
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>   10. If [your] distribution conditions are different, write to the author
> to ask for permission.
> [1]
> https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shiwei_Zhao3/project/SudoDEM-a-discrete-element-code-for-non-spherical-particles/attachment/5d37fd89cfe4a7968db8a305/AS:784079259701258@1563950471928/download/SudoDEM3D-1.3.6.rc1.tar.xz?context=ProjectUpdatesLog
> 
> [2] https://zenodo.org/record/2683766#.XlfQl-F7nRZ
> 
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[Yade-dev] Request for sudoDEM+third party source code

2020-02-27 Thread Bruno Chareyre
Dear Shiewei,
I was trying to use and to check something in the source code of sudoDEM3D
today.
However, I found that the program was distributed only in the form of
binary code. Did I miss something?
If not, could you please send me (or provide a link to download same
versions of) the source codes that were used to generate the binary objects
available as tarballs for sudoDEM3D at [1]

and for the third party libraries at [2]
?

I believe sudoDEM is a great achievement and I'm glad that yade was helpful
for that work.
I also think it is very important to comply to the terms and conditions of
yade's license (GPL2), and I feel annoyed that sudoDEM apparently doesn't.
In fact, it certainly also breaks the terms and conditions of some third
party libraries.

I'm reproducing below relevant subsets of yade's license (GPL2), they speak
for themselves I think. Please note that mentioning GPL3 on your website is
irrelevant since the GPL3 applies to a source code only, not to a binary
code.
Licensing questions are not always easy, if you are unsure what is
permitted please contact yade-dev@lists.launchpad.net, we will do our best
to advise.
If you are "in the process of" making sources available, then maybe just
don't distribute binaries meanwhile. In any case, make sure you can always
provide the exact same sources you use for generating each *.so you
distribute.
The easiest (though not mandatory) way to do so, by far, is to
systematically give links to both binaries and sources for each version. In
any case, you must provide license in full, and a written notice on how to
get source codes if you don't provide a link to it.

Best Regards

Bruno Chareyre

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*  0.  "work based on the Program" means either the Program or any
derivative work  1. You may copy and distribute [...] provided that
youconspicuously and appropriately publish on each copy an
appropriatecopyright notice   2. You may modify your copy [...] and
distribute such modificationsunder the terms of Section 1 above, provided
that you also meet all of these conditions:a) You must cause the
modified files to carry prominent noticesstating that you changed the
files and the date of any change.b) You must cause any work that you
distribute [...] to be licensed [...] under the terms of this License.  3.
You may copy and distribute the Program (or a work based on it,under
Section 2) in object code or executable form under the terms ofSections 1
and 2 above provided that you also do one of the following:a) Accompany
it with the complete corresponding machine-readablesource code [...]
b) Accompany it with a written offer, valid for at least threeyears, to
give any third party [...] the corresponding source code  4. You may not
[...] distribute the Programexcept as expressly provided under this
License. Any attemptotherwise [...] will automatically terminate your
rights  10. If [your] distribution conditions are different, write to the
authorto ask for permission.*

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[1]
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shiwei_Zhao3/project/SudoDEM-a-discrete-element-code-for-non-spherical-particles/attachment/5d37fd89cfe4a7968db8a305/AS:784079259701258@1563950471928/download/SudoDEM3D-1.3.6.rc1.tar.xz?context=ProjectUpdatesLog

[2] https://zenodo.org/record/2683766#.XlfQl-F7nRZ


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