I studied the GPL (and the FAQs) and the LGPL too. If I understand well,
difference between them is following:
Applications (libraries) under LPGL can be included (called from) a
proprietary code, while libraries
under GPL not (without publishing the whole application).
Am I right ?
Is Swish-e published under GPL or LGPL ?
If we develop a DLL, of course it will be accessible under GPL/LGLP.
P.S.: Why we can't share our code to community ? Unfortunately, it
doesn't depend on me.
You know, you get a problem to solve (the best with as little cost as
possible), but I can't dictate,
if our software can be released under GPL (altough I think, our software
is nothing special and secret,
it is quite small application).
>This is just an opinion, not an answer to the question.
>Well, I am far to be an expert about the GPL, GNU or whatever
>other license that may be applied to swish-e.
>What I have done, is spending several hundreds (thousands?)
>hours from my free time in the swish code. At least for me, you can
>use my work whatever you want. Of course, there are much more
>people who has contributed to the actual swish-e, mainly Bill
>Moseley but also Rainer Scherg and Bill Meier; and we must
>not forget the creators of the original package. So, my opinion
>is not valid.
>The C code of the actual swish-e (version 2.x) has very little lines in
>common with the old one (version 1.X). What I think abouy my work
>is "Feel free to use it wherever and whenever you want" but this is
>just my opinion and it can be only applied to my work. Perhaps it is
>time to reconsider swish's license. As I have said there are work
>from other people and from the creators of the original package. This
>effort must be kept in mind.
>So, why not changing the license into a less restrictive one if it
>can be helpful for someone?
>Anyway, Ptarik, a question for you, why do not share your code to
>the community? we are sharing ours to you ;)
Received on Fri Jun 28 13:37:04 2002