On 31 mars 2010, at 16:02, Alexandre Bergel wrote:
I would like to make explicit and homogenize the license of Moose and its components.
- C Analyzer does not have a license (nothing is specified on
It means it's still under normal copyright, although the notion of copyright depends
on the country where you live, so it's fuzzy.
says Moose is available under the MIT and BSD
licenses. Why not having just one? MIT is the choice of Pharo.
- Glamour has a MIT license, Mondrian a BSD, PetitParser a MIT, SmallDude a BSD
Yep, I guess that the historic pieces of Moose are under BSD, while the new ones go with
MIT to follow Pharo. Nowadays MIT and BSD are saif "roughly equivalent"
especially if the "no-endorsement" clause is dropped from the BSD license
(simplified BSD license)
The only potential problem I see is relicensing: can we relicense the code?