|From:||Paulo Henrique Torrens|
|Subject:||[Savannah-users] Questions about new project|
|Date:||Thu, 1 Dec 2011 21:36:42 +0000|
I'm currently working on a free software project, and I have some questions...
First, I would want to post it on savannah, but... do I have to have a tarball before I do that? I mean, it is still on early development, but I have lots of theoretical work done, which I could post on the project website before there is something really done. It would be nice to have a host page already.
Second... I have to use GPL-compatible free software licences, right? The projet is separated by several modules, with no external dependencies at all, and some of them I will copyright under GPL, but... I'm not sure in which kind of licence the "main" module would fit on, because I want a LGPL-like thing, with one restriction: no derivatives. Is there a licence like that already? And, if no, if I have to write down my own - or just write a restriction to LGPL -, would it still have a chance to be approved?
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