KDE license resolution
Stephan Kulow <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I never said that! Of course I will add this to avoid such discussions
> again. I just want to get it right before.
In that case, I'm going to consider this matter closed.
I think we've way overburdened the list (yeah, me especially), so
I'm going to try to keep my responses to private email after this.
I'd like to ask everyone else to please think carefully before posting,
and to not post unless you have something worthwhile to contribute.
coolo, the bit I proposed:
"This code is freely distributable under the terms of the GNU Public
License with the added exemption that anyone may distribute binaries
linked against Qt if all the other terms of the license are met."
is very simple but places absolutely no requirements on the Qt
license. The Qt license could become the most outrageous license
imaginable and it would still be legal to ship KDE with it. I presume
that's not a problem for you, however.
Maybe you should change the word "binaries" to the phrase "the work".
That way there should be no problem distributing KDE source along
with Qt source even if they're intended to be built together.
I'm sure that if anyone else has a problem with this, they'll
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