|Subject:||Re: [libredwg] Appeal for relicensing of LibreDWG|
|Date:||Sat, 11 Feb 2012 18:28:56 +0100|
On this subject,
If LibreCAD has a plugin architecture that can be build outside of the LibreCAD tree, and this
plugin architecture is licensed as GPLv2+.
Can we then use LibreDWG within LibreCAD through out plugin architecture?
LibreCAD would never beable to call the plugin directly, and the plugin would
never beable to call LibreCAD code. In such case. Because the plugin architecture
would function as a interface between the two parts, essentially being
100% separated. Any data structure that exists is already licensed as GPLv2+
so not a single line of Code and/or data structure LibreDWG can see has a GPLv2 license
Are we good then?
Ries van Twisk
On Feb 11, 2012, at 6:16 AM, Felipe Castro wrote:
> 2012/2/11 Hamish <address@hidden>:
>> so if LibreDWG is a derivative product of a GPL3 project*, does the FSF
>> have the authority to even make that decision?
>> or is LibDWG (c) FSF too, not (c) Felipe ?
> Well, I had indicated the copyright holder as FSF, see the header in
> every source file, in the last version of LibDWG:
> So, the decision on relicensing it is not up to me at all, I would
> accept any decision from FSF. And I think I have already signed
> something to make this copyright FSF to be valid legally.
> But I also would like to have an answer to that question: what's the
> problem on having gplv3 plugins for the other software using
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