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From:Steve Langasek Date:March 20 2004 10:42pm
Subject:Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1
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Hi Zak,

Thanks for your efforts in unravelling this licensing tangle!

On Wed, Mar 17, 2004 at 04:00:44PM -0700, Zak Greant wrote:

> >>2. You distribute all identifiable sections of the Derivative Work
> >>which are not derived from the Program, and which can reasonably be 
> >>considered
> >>independent and separate works in themselves, subject to one of the 
> >>licenses listed
> >>below,

> >Here, permission is granted to distribute with the licenses listed
> >below.  We'd need to make sure that everything PHP and Apache link with
> >use only the licenses below.

> True enough. Added to the todo list - see 
> http://zak.greant.com/cvstrac/index.cgi/licensing/tktview?tn=4

One notable omission here is the OpenSSL license, which is similar to
the 4-clause BSD license, but includes additional terms not found in
that license.

Regards,
-- 
Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Zak Greant13 Mar
  • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Andres Salomon16 Mar
    • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Zak Greant18 Mar
      • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Steve Langasek20 Mar
        • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Zak Greant21 Mar
        • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Zak Greant21 Mar
  • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Jan Wieck17 Mar
    • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Zak Greant18 Mar
    • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Andres Salomon18 Mar
      • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Jan Wieck19 Mar
        • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Zak Greant19 Mar
          • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Jan Wieck9 Apr
            • Re: The MySQL FOSS Exception v0.1Zak Greant25 Apr