Re: LPPL, take 2
On Mon, 14 Apr 2003, Frank Mittelbach wrote:
> 5. If you are not the Current Maintainer of The Work, you may modify
> your copy of The Work, thus creating a Derived Work based on The Work,
> as long as the following conditions are met:
> a. You must ensure that each modified file of the Derived Work is
> clearly distinguished from the original file. This must be
> achieved by causing each such modified file to carry prominent
> notices detailing the nature of the changes, and by ensuring that
> at least one of the following additional conditions is met:
> 1. The modified file is distributed with a different
> Filename than the original file.
> 2. The Derived Work clearly identifies itself as a modified
> version of the original Work to the user when run.
> 3. The license notice for The Work specifies that the file may
> be modified without renaming, or the license notice for the
> Base Format specifies that files of this class (for example,
> files that are named a certain way) may be modified without
> b. No part of the Derived Work identifies itself as the original,
> unmodified Work to the user in any way when run.
> c. In every file of the Derived Work you must ensure that any
> addresses for the reporting of errors do not refer to the Current
> Maintainer's addresses in any way.
Very nice work! It's unlikely to be a license I'd recommend, but I
think it's free software :)
Mark Rafn email@example.com <http://www.dagon.net/>