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Re: is igmpproxy dfsg compliant?

On Sun, Dec 11, 2016 at 8:02 AM Ian Jackson <ijackson@chiark.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
Pali Rohár writes ("Re: is igmpproxy dfsg compliant?"):

> On Sunday 11 December 2016 13:13:08 Ian Jackson wrote:

> > Historical information can be retained in the git history, and in a

> > document which explains the authorship and licensing history of

> > igmpproxy.


> Yes, but now, for version in upstream git they are not historical yet.


I worry that new patches keep coming in and you're running to stand


If this is a problem you can mark those licences as applying to

previous contributions, but clearly state that new contributions will

be treated as dual licenced: GPLv2+ and the applicable old licence(s).



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