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Re: [GNUnet-developers] a solution for integrated package definitions; g
Re: [GNUnet-developers] a solution for integrated package definitions; gnurl and the copyrights
Sun, 01 Jan 2017 00:00:02 +0000
Christian Grothoff <address@hidden> writes:
> I do not see the copyright assignment apply to gnurl in any way, it
> would not help anyway as (1) it is questionable that our changes to curl
> are even copyrightable, and (2) the copyrights clearly are with the curl
> devs, so we would not succeed at centralizing anyway. Finally, the
> issues pEp/Taler has are primarily with strong copyleft code (*), and
> curl/gnurl are weak copyleft. Hence, we also have no _need_ for this
> for curl/gnurl anyway, as far as I can see.
For 1 and 2 I agree. I wasn't sure about the relation and exact
reasons, which is why I asked to make sure someone didn't miss
something. Thank you for answering this part of my message.
By the way as a general note regarding gnurl (gnURL ?), if this
bug is fixed before the next release (of cURL), I can use "make
“ltmain.sh” is instantiated from a template by libtool. It originally
contains a /bin/sh shebang, and I think it should not be patched when
This seems like a bug to me.
$ head -1 $(find $(guix build libtool) -name ltmain.sh)
> (*) For example, Apple appstore forbids GPL, but AFAIK not LGPL. Hence
> GNUnet being GPL is an issue for a pEp/GNUnet-to-iOS port. Also, Taler
> Systems may want to make some code for merchants available under LGPL,
> and libgnunetutil is currently GPL. curl's license has no impact here.
> On 12/31/2016 11:40 PM, ng0 wrote:
>> I have a question I forgot to ask during the meeting...
>> Following the copyright assignment (I still have to get my
>> printer working again), how will gnurl be treated? Are there any
>> changes for gnurl I have to make? Can changes be made, or will it
>> just be left as is?
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