Re: Relicensing Nautilus to GPLv3+

Ah good catch, thanks!

The copyright is holded by only one person, so he can freely change it the plugin is still maintained.

Best regards,
Carlos Soriano

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Relicensing Nautilus to GPLv3+
Local Time: May 18, 2017 6:54 PM
UTC Time: May 18, 2017 4:54 PM
From: mbiebl gmail com
To: Carlos Soriano <csoriano protonmail com>
release-team gnome org <release-team gnome org>, nautilus-list gnome org <nautilus-list gnome org>, Frederic Crozat <fred crozat net>, desktop-devel-list gnome org <desktop-devel-list gnome org>

017-05-18 18:22 GMT+02:00 Carlos Soriano via desktop-devel-list
<desktop-devel-list gnome org>:

> The only problem that arises if Nautilus becomes GPL3+ as per yesteday
> discussion in IRC at #gnome-hackers is that extensions that are GPL2-only
> cannot be used anymore.
> Keep in mind GPL2+ are fine.
> Said this, I took a look at extensions which are not retired from distros
> and that have seen a release in at least the last 3 years. So far they are:
> nautilus-dropbox - GPL3+
> nautilus-image-converter - GPL2+
> nautilus-pastebin - GPL2+
> nautilus-python - GPL2+
> nautilus-search-tool - GPL2+
> nautilus-sendto - GPL2+
> nautilus-terminal - GPL2+

I found the tortoise-hg plugin in the Debian archive, which seems to
be GPL2 only

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