Squeak Licence

Serge Stinckwich Serge.Stinckwich at info.unicaen.fr
Fri May 6 12:22:56 UTC 2005

Cees De Groot a écrit :
> On 5/6/05, Lothar Schenk <lothar.schenk at gmx.de> wrote:
>>Unfortunately, the letter doesn't allow the spirit to count.
> The spirit always takes precedence in case there's a conflict. Some
> people are just too fond of reading legal texts and toying with words,
> and they start to miss that. Apparently, this conference's committee
> is filled with such people.
> I pity them. There's a Real World out there where exiting stuff
> happens, and they let themselves be bound in a straightjacket of stuff
> that's made up, for pete's sake, by lawyers.
> But this will not help Stef getting his conference pass, I fear... 
> Stef: why don't you twist it a bit and base everything on Croquet? The
> only license I've seen on Croquet is open source even by the
> definition of these people, and if you don't open the 3D stuff you
> could almost think you're in Squeak...
> (which brings me back to the point that, personally, I think we should
> drop Squeak, grab Croquet, and start working from there. Let VRI and
> HP deal with the license issues...)

Yes, excellent idea Cees ! We can drop Squeak and all be now Croquetters 
;-) ... no more licence problem. But the licence page of Croquet is not 
clear what is under the BSD licence : Croquet extensions to Squeak or 
all the software with Squeak ?

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