> EU DataGrid Software License > 1. Redistributions of this software, with or without modification, must > reproduce the above copyright notice and the above license statement as well as > this list of conditions, in the software, the user documentation and any other > materials provided with the software. ok > > 2. The user documentation, if any, included with a redistribution, must include > the following notice: "This product includes software developed by the EU > DataGrid (http://www.eu-datagrid.org/)." ok. Traditionally, Debian includes these in /usr/share/doc/PACKAGE/copyright. > > Alternatively, if that is where third-party acknowledgments normally appear, > this acknowledgment must be reproduced in the software itself. (I don't think they meant "alternatively" here, but doesn't matter.) > > 3. The names "EDG", "EDG Toolkit", “EU DataGrid” and "EU DataGrid Project" may > not be used to endorse or promote software, or products derived therefrom, > except with prior written permission by firstname.lastname@example.org. ok > > 4. You are under no obligation to provide anyone with any bug fixes, patches, > upgrades or other modifications, enhancements or derivatives of the > features,functionality or performance of this software that you may develop. > However, if you publish or distribute your modifications, enhancements or > derivative works without contemporaneously requiring users to enter into a > separate written license agreement, then you are deemed to have granted > participants in the EU DataGrid a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, > perpetual license to install, use, reproduce, display, modify, redistribute and > sub-license your modifications, enhancements or derivative works, whether in > binary or source code form, under the license conditions stated in this list of > conditions. ok. Interesting weak copyleft, btw. Looks fine to me. As MJ Ray mentioned, it's not GPL-compatible, so beware of linking issues.
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