Re: Analysis of the Free Art License 1.3
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Le 19/01/2011 22:24, Simon Chopin a écrit :
> Hi !
Hi all, Kalle CCed,
> Out of curiosity, I looked at the GNU License list and found the Free
> Art/Art Libre license . As it turns out, the FSF lawyers have already
> stated that this license, while free, isn't GPL-compatible.
> IMHO (very humble, actually), I don't see where this license isn't
> DFSG-compliant, but I am able to understand the French version, and have
> to agree with David on the inaccuracy of the translation. Is the text of
> the license included with Kalle's work the English or the French one ?
It links to the English version on this terms:
Copyleft : This work is free, you can copy, spread, and modify it under
the terms of the Free Art License http://artlibre.org/licence/lal/en/
but according to the License FAQ, it's is under French right and valid
in countries that signed the Berne Convention for the Protection of
Literary and Artistic Works.
> I also assume the license forces the www-team to package the licenced
> stuff into a separate package. Am I correct, and would it be easily
> doable ?
Actually, the website itself is not packaged, so it doesn't need to
comply with the DFSG (well, where would the Debian Logo go? ;-), but the
question remains to include Kalle's design in a package like
Kalle, would it be OK for you to publish your design under a double
license (e.g. Free Art License 1.3 and GPL if this is possible)?
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