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On Fri, 21 Mar 2003, Per Thomas Jahr wrote:
> But what about other licenses than GPL?
> According to  it says:
> "If your application is licensed under GPL or compatible OSI license
> approved by MySQL AB, you are free and welcome to ship any GPL software
> of MySQL AB with your application."
> As I understand this we can choose one of the OSI compatible licenses
> for our code and still ship MySQL.
Here's David Axmark's take:
> I assume they can not do this, if their application is not GPL, correct?
Yes, But we have said if they release under a OSI approved license that
we can allow it.
> How to handle such cases?
By saying they need to have a OSI approved license and ask us
So, if your code is under an OSI approved license, you should be fine -
just get in contact with David via the above mail address to double check.
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