On 10562 March 1977, Steve Langasek wrote: >> Point 6 is broken for anything !PHP. > No, it isn't. The current point 6 is: > 6. Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following > acknowledgment: > "This product includes PHP software, freely available from > <http://www.php.net/software/>". > It does not say "this product contains PHP", or "this product contains the > PHP engine"; it says it includes PHP *software*, which is true, as the > software it includes comes from the PHP Group. So it seems to be equally > true for PHP, and any packages implemented in PHP, if they are available > from http://www.php.net/software/ (which PEAR is). It says includes, which i underst[and|ood] as "PHP is in this", which makes it broken. Ok, if one goes and takes that as "This is software written in PHP", then yes, its ok. But well ok, i go with what a native speaker tells me, thats usually better than my broken english. :) >> The whole part after the last ----- line is also useless for nearly >> anything out there, but except the first sentence they dont matter. >> I dont think the php group really wants to take the blame for all the >> bullshit people may produce, using one of those php licenses. >> IMO not ok for PEAR, any random phpFOO, but of course still ok for php >> itself. > Why would it not be ok for PEAR? The PHP Group is upstream for PEAR. See above, so lets make it not ok for any random phpFOO. -- bye Joerg [http://www.youam.net/stuff/info...-hosting.de/server-info.php] "Die Anbindung des Servers: Unser Server ist mit 100 MBits/s (=12MB pro Sekunde) an unser lokales Netzwerk angebunden, unsere Internetanbindung sind 768 kbit/s Downstream und 128 kbit/s Upstream. Dies hört sich in manchen Ohren langsam an, allerdings wird unsere Geschwindigkeit in der Regel eher gelobt als kritisiert, denn der Upstream kann auch "überzogen" werden, wenn der Server überlastet wird (wurde von uns an Beispielen getestet, ist allerdings nicht 100%-ig zu erklären)."
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