If you own the code, you can license it under multiple licenses.
Kind of like if you own a TV Show, you can license it in the US under one
contract, and in other geographies under other more or less restrictive
This is a painful reality to those of us in Canada, as we can't watch South
Park clips online. :P
On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 4:53 AM, James Ots <mysql@stripped> wrote:
> In their blog post, announcing the sharing of their work, they mention
> licensing it under BSD, but in the repository the COPYING file still
> contains the GPLv2 licence, so I'm not sure what's going on there.
> On 10 April 2012 02:32, Andrew Moore <eroomydna@stripped> wrote:
> > So what's the deal with Twitter's mysql code...how can it be BSD
> > I'm a bit unsure about the intricacies of licensing.
> > A
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