Re: NEW ocaml licence proposal by upstream, will be part of the 3.08.1 release going into sarge.
Josh Triplett writes:
> > * Uneven licenses, which have multiple distinct free paths, are Free
> > as long as there is one Free path. That is, "BSD to teachers, GPL
> > to everyone else" is OK. If I'm a teacher, I have a free license
> > and can distribute my changes under any license I like, including
> > the BSD. If I'm not, I have a Free license, the GPL, and can
> > distribute my changes under the GPL, the same license I received.
How do you reconcile that particular example with DFSG 5 and 6? If it
were just "you may choose your rights from license X, Y or Z" and any
of the choices were free, I would agree that the work is free, but if
it were "BSD to teachers, GPL to everyone else", I would read that as