Re: Copyrights and licenses
In article <E0zOomm-0003Da-00@night>, Richard Braakman <email@example.com>
>> * License n looks a bit vague - is it valid?
>Which is license n?
I have no idea. I don't even remember writing that.
>> * License 2 says:
>> The use of this software for revenue-generating purposes may require a
>> license from the owners of the underlying intellectual property.
>> Specifically, the SRP-1 protocol may not be used for revenue-generating
>> purposes without license.
>> I believe this makes it non-free - am I correct?
>Eww... this looks like a software patent. Can you find out more about it?
That's what I thought. http://srp.stanford.edu/srp/index.html seems
to be the nearest it has to a home, from a few minutes searching
BTW, something I forgot to ask, what do I do about the copyright file?
Just concatenate them all and say "Different parts of the program are
released under one of the licences below. See the source code for
Ian Lynagh - firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do they put Braille dots on the keypad of the drive-up ATM?