Star & FreeBSD
e-kamo at trio.plala.or.jp
Fri Feb 11 21:23:27 PST 2005
>Actually, I think the answer is YES. You're apparently answering
>a different question. See below.
>It is my understanding that virtually any open-source license is
>*compatible* with the MIT and 2-clause BSD licenses, since all the
>MIT/2-clause BSD licenses require is that you acknowledge and
>preserve the license, copyright, and disclaimer.
>However, I believe it is generally not possible to use CDDL code
>for integral parts of FreeBSD because, like the LGPL, the CDDL
>requires that modifications be made available under the CDDL.
>It is probably fine for kernel modules and extensions, but that's
>something core@ needs to decide.
As the conclusion, which state are available?
BSD license ----> CDDL
GPL license ----> CDDL
MIT license ----> CDDL
CDDL ----> BSD license
CDDL ----> GPL license
CDDL ----> MIT license
To say nothing of it, the post herein and hereto is subject to hereinafter.
>Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and make no guarantee about the
>accuracy of the contents of this message. The opinions herein do
>not reflect those of the FreeBSD Project. Use this information at
>your own peril. Beware of dog. Slippery when wet.
What a cool clause above is! It's just simple though. If possible, I'd
use it in my this sort of post. It is entered into which type of
License, I wonder.
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