Re: Questions about liblouis
On Tue, 26 Feb 2008, Eitan Isaacson wrote:
> "You are right that I insisted on tables being made part of the open
> source archive. A translator without tables is not very useful. The
> major reason that *** supported development of an open source
> translator was to encourage others throughout the world to use it as
> their braille translator and to develop excellent tables for their
> language. The world needs an excellent translator that agencies and
> companies can use for their own purposes without needing to
> continually re-invent the wheel."
The GPL pretty much does this, so there doesn't seem to be a reason to
impose any additional restrictions beyond what the GPL imposes.
"You have many years to live--do things you will be proud to remember
when you are old."
-- Shinka proverb. (John Brunner _Stand On Zanzibar_ p413)