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Thu, 8 Apr 2010 21:02:07 +0200
On Wed, Apr 07, 2010 at 01:36:49AM +0200, Alex Fernandez wrote:
> I am using a package called jsMath:
> So that eLyXer uses it as an (optional) math backend. To let users see
> how the results would look I have put up a page:
> in the same server as this page, namely nongnu.org. jsMath is free
> software, but unfortunately licensed under the Apache 2.0 license:
> So technically I need to host this Apache 2.0 code in nongnu.org,
> although just for demonstration purposes (there is no other way as
> browsers have a policy of not loading js code from a different site).
> Mind you, users and developers cannot use this code for their own
> purposes; they would need to download and install jsMath independently
> in case they want to use it.
> Is this OK, or do I need to find another solution?
ASL2 is compatible with GPLv3 (and not with GPLv2).
Does that answer your question?