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Re: Bug#173601: ITP: jpgraph -- OO Graph Library for PHP



Hi Luis,

On Wed, Dec 18, 2002 at 02:46:21PM -0500, Luis Bustamante wrote:

>   JpGraph is an OO class library for PHP 4.1 (or higher). JpGraph
> makes it easy to draw both "quick and dirty" graphs with a minimum of
> code and complex professional graphs which requires a very fine grain
> control. JpGraph is equally well suited for both scientific and
> business type of graphs.

> [cc to debian-legal@lists.debian.org]

>   I want to package this software because the latest version of
> acidlab (which hasn't been uploaded yet[1]) requires it instead of
> phplot like previous version for graphing alert data of an
> IDS/Firewall. Anyway I'm not sure if we can include it in Debian as it
> uses QPL 1.0 and the author says in his page:

>  "JpGraph is released under a dual license.  QPL 1.0 (Qt Free
>   Licensee) For non-commercial, open-source and educational use and
>   JpGraph Professional License[2] for commercial use."

>   Can we include it in non-free despite the restriction it holds for
> commercial use? (if so acidlab should be in contrib then)

> References:
> 1. http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=155212
> 2. http://www.aditus.nu/jpgraph/jpgprolicense.pdf

If the QPL permits redistribution (I haven't read that license in a
while), it should be ok for non-free.

If acidlab upstream uses JpGraph, then of course you have little choice;
but you might be interested to point them towards Vagrant
<http://vagrant.sourceforge.net/>, an imlib-based PHP graphing class
available under the GPL that gives very impressive-looking results.

Cheers,
-- 
Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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