The original Squeak release is available under APSL2.
bert at impara.de
Wed May 24 22:54:34 UTC 2006
Am 25.05.2006 um 00:31 schrieb tim Rowledge:
> On 24-May-06, at 3:05 PM, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>> IIRC other organizations (I think it was the FSF) actually require
>> a signed paper form for this. A wiki page isn't really legally
>> binding, is it?
> No idea, but it surely must be as binding as whatever one has
> already done by producing the file - why should changing something
> implicit in electronic form need explicit paper?
Well, there is real paper, likely signed by Important People, in some
drawer somewhere with the original, and the new license grant. And I
guess it goes from there - the term "paper trail" must come from
> I should stop thinking about licensing before my tail starts steaming.
Good idea. Though I have a hunch we're not going to get around the
Annual License Discussion this year, it's spring-time on squeak-dev,
after all ;-)
- Bert -
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