Re: license language flamewar [was: ITP: squeak-vm, squeak-image, squeak-sources -- A highly portable Smaltalk system]
Alan Shutko writes:
> Does that mean that a French Quebecer has a right to demand a copy of the
> GPL in French if he modifies my software? Although, I suppose I could
> just not give him a license at all, since the GPL (in English) is the
> only thing giving him the right to modify it.
It is quite possible that the effect of this law is that a French Quebecer
is not permitted to receive a license for your software at all unless he
can persuade you to either put the license into French just for him or add
the clause that Apple used.
I'm thinking that maybe my licenses need such a clause, as well as one
requiring that the license be interpreted under US law.
email@example.com (John Hasler)
Dancing Horse Hill