Re: Some licensing questions regarding celestia
On 2003-09-01 17:00:57 +0100 Mika Fischer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
indirectly implies that public domain code does not have to be marked
Yes, as long as you are comfortable with the appearance of GPLing it,
which most people are.
2) Are there any GPL-compatibility issues when the data is licensed
differently from the GPL?
This is covered in the GPL FAQ about "aggregation" I think.
No it isn't, I'm afraid.
only deals with code.
Bah. It also applies in general to all software. The start of the
answer is unnecessarily specific to programs.
Anyway, 2 down, 1 to go. Best of luck.