[DOCS] Licenses, documentation, XML serialization (was Re: port of
hannes.hirzel.squeaklist at bluewin.ch
Mon Feb 17 16:14:17 UTC 2003
Marco Paga <mail at marco-paga.de> wrote:
> Question: The Squeak license is that everybody can use the code but only
> changes in the base image of squeak should be made public. Right? :-\
> But I want people who extend my code to give their enhancement back to
> the community. I write code for the community and won't see any money
> for that. So i want other people doing it the same way if they profit of
> my work.
> This license reflects most my thoughts about what open source is. Source
> must be always opened for everybody who wants to extend his horizon :-) .
> btw: There is a big difference between real goods and soource code. I
> write something that helps me and after that I can copy this source to
> everybody all around the world without loosing something. If somebody
> uses my work as a base for further work s/he can do the same. Is it too
I understand your feelings. But from a practical side we can't do much
As the code you are going to write will probably only about 100 lines or
so I suppose
I wouldn't make to much fuss about these licensing issues.
Why not release two version
- prevalyer-SqueakL that comes under Squeak-L and MIT
Even more important than the actual code is a tutorial / documentation
of the prevayler ideas applied to Squeak. You can put this tutorial
the GNU Free Documentation License
It would be extremly nice to have both options for the log file for
- do-its like Goran is using at the moment for SqueakMap and
- SIXX (XML serialization) implemented by "Masashi Umezawa"
<umejava at mars.dti.ne.jp> (on SqueakMap)
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