Licences Question : Squeak-L Art 6.
danielv at netvision.net.il
Fri Feb 21 23:16:29 UTC 2003
That's great. I think it would still be a good idea to come to them
concretely with an alternative license or a plea to transfer all
interest to an appropriate foundation (maybe the german squeak group
could be a temporary holding place for it).
I'd like Andrews opinion on what precise substitute we should offer
them, especially if he'll be there to help negotiate it. Andrew?
Cees de Groot <cg at cdegroot.com> wrote:
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> On Thu, 2003-02-20 at 08:47, goran.hultgren at bluefish.se wrote:
> > I think it is high time to do something about the license and that we
> > should take the opportunity now when we have both Alan and Andrew
> > "geared up".
> Because of everyone constantly saying this and no-one ever doing a
> thing, I've contacted Apple on this a few weeks ago. Nothing definitive,
> but at least a guy who seems to be at the correct position to help us
> has responded and is willing to cooperate. I think I'll have a
> definitive position by the end of next month.
> > - Revising the "indemnification" stuff, this was what stopped Debian
> > inclusion IIRC.
> Do you have pointers to that? AFAIK most open source licenses have some
> indemnification clause...
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