[squeak-dev] Re: Request for the foundation
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Mon Mar 24 19:16:10 UTC 2008
I did not ask this question to put the mess. I'm perfectly happy with
what you wrote. Now I realized that I made a lot of assumptions about
what is normal to think that I want to make sure.
So I would love to have an advice on how to do it well once for all. I
read the apache indiviual license agreement to understand how they did
it. I would like to have a public statement from the voice of the
On Mar 24, 2008, at 3:04 PM, tim Rowledge wrote:
> I was under the impression (but thus was quite a while ago and I
> have truly been rather busy over the last few years) that we asked
> the folk running MC and squeaksource etc to put up prominent
> announcements so that everyone would understand that submitting any
> code meant you were offering it under an MIT license.
> At the very least we ought to have MIT as the default when
> submitting along with prominent warning that nothing under any
> 'lesser' license could be accepted by harvester for inclusion into
> the image.
> As I said above, I am under the impression that we had already
> arranged this. Since I'm away from home on a very limited net access
> regime I can't exactly double check and anyone telling me I'm wrong
> on the basis of mere evidence will get a loud raspberry.
> tim Rowledge; tim at rowledge.org; http://www.rowledge.org/tim
> Two wrongs are only the beginning.
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