Am Mittwoch, 4. Juli 2007 schrieb Nic Suzor: > On 7/4/07, Dennis Schridde <email@example.com> wrote: > > Is this thing (or any license in general, if that could be more easily > > answered) somehow mixable with the GPL? Eg. that I publish my derived > > work under the GPL and make an exception for Strategy First to grant them > > what they want? > > The licence says: > "3. That if you distribute the Software or any derivative works of the > Software, you will distribute them using a verbatim copy of this > License, and you will not grant any > rights to the Software or derivative works that are broader than those > provided by this Licensing Agreement. For example, you may not > distribute any modifications of the Software under terms that would > permit commercial use, or under terms that require the Software or > such derivative works to be sublicensed to others." > > You can't publish a modified version of the work with anything that is > mixable with the GPL. Unless you published your changes in the form of > patches only, and even then, only if those patches don't infrnige the > copyright in the game at all. > > hope this helps, Thanks. The license seems pretty crappy then... (compared to other games where the sourcecode became available) --Dennis
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