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Started by hilti, June 26, 2009, 02:51:13 AM
Quote from: "ale870"Hello @m35, but are you referring to me when you say "Fans of a certain web site that would humorously respond to weekly emails" ?!
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Quote from: "xytroxon" But most people nowdays, that don't want to suffer the pains of trying to figure out (let alone try to strictly follow), either license's rules, just throw up their hands and use the MIT license, as the least painful license for simple works they wish to share...
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Quote from: "cormullion"just out of interest, what's the difference between the suggested licences?
QuoteJagielski claims that Apache's licensing terms are written to be comprehensible to people with no legal training. "It's very, very easy to read and understand, so it's a less risky license for external companies to use," he says.
Quote... as of July 2009, over 5000 non-ASF projects located at SourceForge.net are available under the terms of the Apache License.
QuoteThe Apache Software Foundation and the Free Software Foundation (FSF) agree that the Apache License 2.0 is a free software licence, compatible with version 3 of the GNU General Public License (GPL).However, the Free Software Foundation considers all versions of the Apache License (as of 2007) to be incompatible with the previous GPL versions 1 and 2.