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- Subject: Re: Copyright question
- From: Marc Balmer <marc@...>
- Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2011 23:03:33 +0200
Am 14.08.11 22:51, schrieb Lars Doelle:
> On Sunday, August 14, 2011, marbux wrote:
>> It might still be permissible to integrate your work with a closed
>> source program if your work is shipped as one or more separate files,
>> depending on how the closed source program interacts with your work.
>> The FSF has a detailed FAQ that in part deals with such issues.
> thanks for the hint. I do think licensing is not to limit but to maximize
> the use of a software. Thus mixing licenses for different parts is as
> much a matter of design as mixing different languages in one project.
> It is also a matter of getting clear about the use cases. To some degree
> i'm very much at the beginning here. To summarize, choosing Lua as a
> base was a good decision, both from a technical point of view as for
> its very aware communitity.
Choosing GPL over a MIT/BSD style license mean limiting the use of a
software. Think of it. There is a reason why many smart people choose
an MIT/BSD/ISC style license over the GPL.