Re: Revised LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL)
Joe Moore writes:
> And also, the "any derived work" language might be seen as an attempt to
> restrict the licensing preferences of derivative works. For example, if
> someone would prefer to license their modifications under a strong
> copyleft license, clause 10 above would seem to suggest that EvilCorp
> could "steal" the derived work under their own license.
not intended. I agree with
> I see the purpose now. I would question the wording, as it seems to me to
> have a different effect than intended.
> Perhaps: s/The Work, or any/A/
making it clearer what is intended, thanks. I'm not sure when the phrase "The
Work or any..." came in, I think it isn't phrased this way in LPPL 1.2. it
should probably simply the above.