Re: Question about the old BSD license and GPL (gtkipmsg)
Branden Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> immo vero scripsit
> This is because a project containing code under both licenses would impose
> both sets of license restrictions on people. The GPL, however, is not
> miscible with license that impose any more restrictions than it does
> Thus, the old BSD license is not compatible with the GPL.
Thanks for this explanation, I have been quite unclear on how it was
> Note that all code with the old BSD license and copyrighted by the Regents
> of the University of California, has been categorically relicensed with the
> old clause 3 removed.
Yes, this leaves third party people who have created a derivative license
with replacing the name of copyright holders.
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