Re: MIT License?
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- Subject: Re: MIT License?
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Colin Watson)
- Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 20:32:05 +0100
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Jean-Christophe Dubacq <Jean-Christophe.Dubacq@ens-lyon.fr> wrote:
>Maybe I am a bit stupid, but it only guarantees that the copyright
>notice stays. I might have a problem with the word 'sublicense'. Does
>this word mean that:
>- you can use the same license
>- you can use any license
>- you can use any license which is no more restrictive than the original
>one (is 'You have to put this copyright notice a restriction or not ?)
>- you can use any license which is no less restrictive than the orginial
As far as I know, you can use any licence. This is not a copyleft: the
software doesn't have to stay free, and you can make it into proprietary
software if you like. But that doesn't stop it being DFSG-free.
Colin Watson [email@example.com]
- Re: MIT License?
- From: Jean-Christophe Dubacq <Jean-Christophe.Dubacq@ens-lyon.fr>