Re: ITP:Bug#460591 - Falcon P.L. license
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Walter Landry wrote:
> Giancarlo Niccolai <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Walter Landry wrote:
>>> Giancarlo Niccolai <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> In example, I can release Falcon as a Debian package under
>>>> GPL, and let users pick FPLL if they wish.
>>> That would be perfect. Many other programs in Debian are
>>> dual-licensed in that manner.
>> Very well, let's go for that then.
>> How that can be accomplished? -- where can I look for samples,
>> and what do I need write?
> Firefox is one example. In every file, you can write something
I am working now at this. However, I have a notice in every file
stating that the file is released under the terms described in the
"LICENSE" file that must come bound with the sources. I think that
changing the content of that file, instead of changing the contents of
each source (there are several hundreds) may be enough. Can you
confirm this or is putting a more descriptive license statement in
each source a requirement?
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