Re: hevea licencing problems
Remi Vanicat wrote:
Having a look at this problem I dicovered that hevea was under the QPL
which is generally considered as non-free if I remember correctly the
events of this summer concerning OCaml. Sven, I'm I correct?
The last version of the QPL is free, it is the licence of KDE (or at
least of the underliying library) and of the OCaml compiler.
- A wdiff between the copyright files of hevea and libwcd did not show
up any major difference. However the libcwd was moved to non-free 
because of the QPL.
- The Qt 3.3 library is dual licensed under the QPL and the GPL (did you
have an other lib in mind?).
- OCaml isn't anymore under the plain QPL. The Debian changelog for the
3.08.1 version states: "Dropped QPL 6c qnd choice of venue clause from
the QPL licence.".
I don't have enough time to look in details so I might be wrong here but
it seems far from clear to me that this license is free (at least for