Re: ImageJ 2 :(
Scripsit Paolo Ariano <email@example.com>
> * ImageJ is open-source. You are free to do anything you want
> * with this source as long as I get credit for my work and you
> * offer your changes to me so I can possibly add them to the
> * "official" version.
> * @author Wayne Rasband (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> i wrote to the author calling for a license like bsd or gpl and the
> answer is :
> > ImageJ is in the public domain. You should change the name and the
> > "About Box" (Help->About ImageJ) if you add a license.
It seems the author is seriously confused about which terms he
offers. Unless you have hard evidence that the second answer is *not*
just an attempt to "clarify" the first license statement, I'd say we
cannot rely on it bein actually public-domain.
The first license you qouted is not DFSG-free, as it requires
notifying the original author of modified versions.
Henning Makholm "Manden med det store pindsvin er
kommet vel ombord i den grønne dobbeltdækker."