Re: redistributability of two software pieces in non-free
Quoting Joerg Jaspert (2013-09-15 22:00:41)
> > Here it states distribution directly but also adds the educational,
> > research and non-profit purpose. This would meet the requirements for
> > inclusion in non-free, no?
> Yes it does. It's the users task to check non-free licenses before they
> do anything with software in it, so the limitation is fine there.
This distinction usually puzzles me most.
Thanks a lot to you, charles and philip for clearing this matter up!
I wrote emails to upstream to ask them if they would agree to relicense their
software. Which might even be successful after 20 years without any updates to