Copyright infringement and future of Hunspell
rene at debian.org
Fri Nov 17 14:21:39 UTC 2017
On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 06:03:30PM +0000, Димитриј Мијоски wrote:
> I don't see any copyright infringement, as Hunspell allowed LGPLv2.1 or
> later, which safely allows us to put out derivative work to LGPLv3. And
> also, ALL copyright notices were kept.
But you didn't ask the copyrigh holders.
> As for the license, I really don't see what is the problem with LGPLv3. It
> is a very open license which allows the library to be used pretty much
> everywhere, including application with more stricter licenses like GPL and
> proprietary licenses, and in more liberal licenses like BSD and MIT.
But not Apache, for example.
> Again, the library is in good hands. If you want I can even show you my
> computer science degree with the grades.
That does prove what?
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