Re: Is libreludedb DFSG compliant?
Just say that it is licensed under the GPL and say that if you want to
use it in proprietary stuff then pay for a license.
this program is free software - you can redistribute and/or modify it
If you want to use libpreludedb in a proprietary application contact
us for a license.
On 12/30/05, Joerg Jaspert <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 10518 March 1977, Mickael Profeta wrote:
> > As it was linked with GPL libraries, I think the package is GPL and can
> > go to main, what is your opinion?
> You didnt mention that it includes LGPLed works in the source tarball.
> bye Joerg
> Endianess is the dispute on which end to open an egg at.
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