Re: DFSG as Licence?
Måns Rullgård <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> What I'm talking about is different, each on their own free,
> licenses being deemed incompatible with each other. Examples are
> the GPL, the OpenSSL license, and the Open Software License. I find
> it hard to believe that most authors who choose to release under the
> GPL do so in order to prevent their code being used in a program
> released under the OSL.
This is, indeed, one of the main goals in the current process of
revising the GPL: to make the GPLv3 more compatible with other
licenses that grant the same freedoms to the licensee, while still
preserving those freedoms strongly.
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