Re: Repost of the DRAFT d-l summary of the OSL v2.0
Fabian Bastin <email@example.com> writes:
> Just a little question.
>> If you want a copyleft license for your work debian-legal recommends
>> the GPL v2.0.
> What is the recommendation if you want a copyleft license, but no as
> strong as the GPL, in particular if you consider that simply linking a
> module does not produce a derivative work? The LGPL has an annonying
> point since it allows anybody to distribute the product in GPL instead
> of LGPL.
I don't know of a license that does specifically what you want, though I
don't think it would be hard to come up with one. I think the reason
there isn't one is that there's little reason for such a license. If
you want to give extra permissions, just use the LGPL. Why is it
important for your works to be GPL-incompatible?
Jeremy Hankins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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