On 26 Jun 2001 09:46:09 +0200, Erik Enge wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Jerome Alet wrote:
> 
> > For Zope it's not sure, but for Python, as well as for all what people
> > usually call "open source" languages, the license of choice should be
> > the GPL, or at least the LGPL, in order for the language in question
> > to not become bastardized by some powerful entity.
> 
> I can't see this happening to that entitys success.  Could you give me an
> example of something like that happening in the past?

Microsoft's proprietary version of Kerberos. Kerberos was licensed under
a BSD-style license.

Michael Bernstein.


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