>>>> Jerry James <james(a)xemacs.org> writes:
Jerry> Out of those, we got J. Kean Johnston's approval, so #2 can be
Jerry> struck. We decided that #9 and #14 are not a problem. I took
Jerry> the recommended actions for #15 and #21. What else?
Don't know how I could have forgotten or missed that but now that the
info is found again I must say -- Great!
A few questions pops up though:
- There seems to be quite a few files with no clear license. What
does that mean or imply for a move to GPLv3? Shall or must we keep
them as is or can they be move to GPLv3?
- And how about item #13 which are copyrighted by IBM. Even though
they don't have a stated license that seems still to be a problem
to me. Can they really be used with GPLv3?
- Is the analysis detailed enough or do we need to go through each
file and tag them as I proposed earlier?
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