Re: Dual licensed software
email@example.com (Luis Bustamante) writes:
> I packaged JpGraph, it is an object oriented class library for
> php4. Currently, it is dual licensed under QPL 1.0 and JpGraph
> Commercial License. It doesn't have any restriction for open-source
> use (you can even use QPL for commercial opensource use). The
> commercial license is used for commercial non-opensource. I brought
> this issue a couple of weeks ago to d-legal because it wasn't clear if
> QPL could be used in commercial open-source projects, but now the
> author explains better jpgraph license in his website.
> QPL is DFSG-free iirc, can JpGraph go in main despite the fact it can
> be used also under the terms of JpGraph Commercial License?
Eh, for reference, this is the copyright that was in the package I
| 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 for commercial non-opensource use.
| Basically it means that if you or your company develops non open
| source software and have financial gains, either directly or
| indirectly (for example by improving a business process), by using
| JpGraph this counts as commercial use.
| The Professional JpGraph License 1.2 can be found at