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random832 at fastmail.com
Fri Feb 19 00:36:07 UTC 2016
On Thu, Feb 18, 2016, at 16:59, Brian Inglis wrote:
> On 2016-02-18 13:32, Random832 wrote:
> > On Thu, Feb 18, 2016, at 14:08, Brian Inglis wrote:
> >> It is the closest European licence to public domain and allows all uses
> >> for all purposes, including deriving and sublicensing.
> >> The Copyleft Clause is unfortunately named but serves only to ensure the
> >> terms of the licence may not be restricted in copies or derivations.
> >> It does not appear to be a GNU copyleft which restricts uses.
> > I think you're confused about what the GNU copyleft is if you think this
> > is a coherent statement. The GNU copyleft _exactly_ "ensures the terms
> > of the license may not be restricted in copies or derivations", I don't
> > know what else you think it "restricts uses". The problem is that this
> > prevents a work (or portions thereof) covered by the license from being
> > incorporated in a larger work that has components under restrictive
> > licenses (such as commercial UNIX derivatives)
> Which is a restriction not in the BSD licences and public domain works.
Right, but it _is_ in the EUPL. All I'm saying is that you haven't
actually articulated what difference you believe exists between "GNU
copyleft" and EUPL copyleft.
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