Re: Coro and Guard Copyright Information
An addendum to the first mail:
On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 11:54 PM, Jonathan Yu<email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm packaging your Perl modules Coro (and thus Guard) for Debian and
> was wondering if you could give us a copyright statement for both of
> these. As you might remember from my previous bug reports (don't
> worry, I won't bother you with one this time), Debian needs both a
> copyright and license statement to redistribute modules.
> Please send us appropriate copyright lines we can use for each of
> these, which should ideally include: copyright holder names, years of
> copyright and e-mail addresses (in the case that the copyright holders
> are people rather than organizations).
> I have noted libcoro's copyright (per Coro/libcoro/LICENSE), but Coro
> itself currently lacks a copyright statement, and only has a license
I have also noticed that the LICENSE file specifies a different
license than those in coro.c and coro.h, which is a bit confusing,
since I'm not sure what LICENSE really refers to then -- all the files
in Coro/libcoro/ are licensed under slightly different terms:
conftest.c is necessarily GPL'd (from GNU Pth)
coro.c and coro.h are under some 2-clause BSD-style license (which
makes it functionally equivalent to the MIT license, according to
LICENSE states that all files are under the 3-clause BSD license
> Thanks in advance.