Re: LPPL and non-discrimination
Jonathan Fine <email@example.com> writes:
> My concern is with the Debian Free License, and the
> non-dsicrimination guideline.
> Suppose ABC Software takes a DFL and from it creates
> a new license (call it ABC-DFL) by adding the clause:
>> If the licensee is ABC Software Inc then the licensee
>> may freely incorporate this work into its proprietary
> My question is this: Does this ABC-DFL license meet the
> Debian Free Software Guidelines?
Must modifications be under the ABC-DFL? If so, it's non-free because
to modify it you must agree that ABC can use your code in their
proprietary stuff. Is this what you're getting at?
Otherwise, it's free, afaict.
> This is a question, of course, about the working of the
> non-discrimination guideline.
Not really -- it's about whether you have the right to modify.
Jeremy Hankins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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