Re: Building gnomemeeting-1.22
- From: "Joseph E. Sacco, PhD" <joseph_sacco comcast net>
- To: Bob Kashani <bobk ocf berkeley edu>
- Cc: garnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Building gnomemeeting-1.22
- Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2005 21:06:16 -0400
Agreed... But not my call. Waiting for Paul to decide.
On Mon, 2005-09-19 at 13:38 -0700, Bob Kashani wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-09-18 at 12:30 -0400, Joseph E. Sacco, PhD wrote:
> > There are some yet to be resolved licensing issues with openh323/pwlib
> > that Paul was looking into.
> pwlib/work/main.d/pwlib-1.8.7/ReadMe.txt under license:
> openh323 has the same license.
> 9. Licensing
> The bulk of this library is licensed under the MPL (Mozilla Public
> version 1.0. In simple terms this license allows you to use the library
> any purpose, commercial or otherwise, provided the library is kept in
> as a separate entity and any changes made to the library are made
> available under the same (MPL) license. It is important to realise that
> refers to changes to the library and not your application that is merely
> linked to the library.
> Note that due to a restriction in the GPL, any application you write
> uses anything another than GPL, eg our library with MPL, is technically
> breach of the GPL license. However, it should be noted that MPL does not
> care about the license of the final application, and as only the author
> the GPL application is in breach of his own license and is unlikely to
> themselves for that breach, in practice there is no problem with a GPL
> application using an MPL or any other commercial library.
> It seems ok to me. Both Fedora (Red Hat) and Ubuntu (Debian) ship
> pwlib/openh323 so it seems absurd to me that we wouldn't include a
> garball for them. Especially when you consider that we don't ship any
> software, just a link to the software. Paul...?
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