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legacy_license_discussion [2012/03/30 01:32] (current)
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 +====== Legacy license discussion. ======
  
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 +//The following is a legacy license discussion at the time when the project moved into an open licensing mode.//
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 +Since we need a flexible way of entering the open source comunity without loosing the strengt of owning all rights to software and at the same time granting co developer full right of use in own productions as long as they put back new developments, refined program functions etc. to the project we have decided to embark on a license review.
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 +This is therefore the page where we develop our new license for "proprietary" and non proprietary modules used.
 +
 +Listing the following as code in order to avoid links.
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 +This is our new [[license 03032005|license 03032005]] 
 +<code>
 +This is the new <a href="http://globability.org/wboard/index.php?page=BSD">BSD</a> license. 
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 +My vote goes to enacting this license since I doubt you can patent something based on our work as the invention would not be novel as such but incorporate source already in the public domain.
 +
 +Furthermore on speculation about the "if this Disclaimer is invalid in your jurisdiction the license to continue editing, viewing, using this source and/or binaries is terminated with immediate effect" I am wondering if this is not implied as a license not valid is in effect not a license at all.
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 +This is <a href="http://globability.org/wboard/index.php?page=Our_OriginalLicenseBSD">Our original license</a>
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 +The guy producing the QUEMU emulator software uses a mix of licenses.
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 +This is from <a href="http://globability.org/wboard/index.php?page=QEMU">The QEMU license</a>
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 +</code>
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