filippo.possenti at gmail.com
Sat Apr 29 21:10:58 EDT 2006
Ok, no problem.
I adopted the "No Derivative Works" clause only to avoid the creation of
dozen similar projects (based on the same source project), a practice
that I consider a disgrace in the OpenSource world.
I'll change the license for my project.
For my commodity, can I change only the portion referring to the "No
Derivative Works" instead of using one of the OSI licences?
Philip Chee wrote:
>"All code for each project hosted on the Site must be made available
>under the Mozilla Public License (MPL) unless otherwise noted on the
>project pages. More information about the MPL can be found at
>http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/. If a project is not using the MPL it must
>to use one of the other OSI-approved open source licenses."
>The SmartSync project is using:
>I'm specifically objecting to:
>"No Derivative Works. You may not alter, transform, or build upon this
>As far as I can tell from this page:
>None of the CC licences have been approved by the OSI.
>Based on the Mozdev AUP, I am now assuming that by registering their
>project on Mozdev, they have implicitly released their code under the
>MPL overriding the "No Derivative Works" clause in the CC licence.
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