Re: is the Clearthought Software License free?
jochen georges <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> i send this email on friday, but may be there was a problem. so i send it
> again, 'hope it is not impolite.
There was a reply:
> only thing you can't do is fork the original source. [...]
> i think, he just wants to avoid that there is "external" code under his
> name "clearthought".
> so, what do you say?
> is that free?
I think it fails DFSG 3. If he wants to avoid external code under his
name, then there should be a clear labelling requirement and a
trademark on the name "clearthought". Restricting the class and its
source seems impractical.
Hope that helps,
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