Shane Hathaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> One of the consequences being that someone re-distributing zope &
>> zwiki together, under their default licenses, is technically in
>> violation right now, I think we are all agreeing.
> Technically yes, although I like to think that the product developers
> implicitly grant redistribution permission by attempting to apply the
> GPL.

I'm not sure that would be a valid assumption. Speaking for myself, it
wasn't my particular intention to unconditionally grant that
permission given the licenses as they stand. I mean, I didn't intend
that zwiki's GPL be some kind of watered-down GPL. :)

> I think you're right.  The reaction to the Python license becoming GPL
> compatible wasn't as enthusiastic as I expected, though.

Well, I'm guessing there was a shout of joy around the world - it made
my day. I think many of us then said "well thank god for some sanity"
and got on with the productive work that needed doing.  Unfortunately
the positive reactions are less apparent than the kind we have when
disaster is looming.


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