Ok, I added for Mondrian & CAnalyzer
-MIT (since January 1st, 2010)
-BSD (until December 31st, 2009)
On 31 Mar 2010, at 11:14, Tudor Girba wrote:
I have been looking at this for a while.
Actually, we should make the license clear in the distributed code.
The problem is that we can only relicense a piece of code if all
copyright holders agree to it.
If the license allows it, you can license a derived piece of work
with another license that is compatible with the existing one. Now,
the BSD is slightly stronger than MIT in the sense that it has the
So, maybe one idea is to clearly state that Moose, Mondrian,
SmallDude and other pieces were BSD until 2010 and MIT since then
(similar to the current situation of Pharo).
On 31 Mar 2010, at 17:56, Alexandre Bergel wrote:
>> The only potential problem I see is relicensing: can we relicense
>> the code?
> I have no idea. But what is the danger if I change the line BSD to
> MIT in the Mondrian wiki page?
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