Re: licensing question for "nom.tam.fits"
On 11/30/2012 02:01 PM, Florian Rothmaier wrote:
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fortunately, the upstream author Thomas MyGlynn made a new release for
which he added a statement that the code is in the public domain.
In my debian package which can be found at
I chose the GPL-3 for the debian/* files but a guy from the debian-science
mailing list suggested to put the Debian package under a less restrictive
Thus my question is which license should be chosen in the case that
the sources are in the public domain?
CC0 is the closest you can get to public domain, while still giving out
a valid license for those jurisdictions where public domain doesn't work.
-- kuno / warp.