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Re: BSD Licensing Compatibility
Just to add they may vary, i am only in the early stages.
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 1:08 PM, Martin <martin.kelly4000%gmail.com@localhost>
The filesystems i was looking at are:
JFS: GPL v1
AdvFS: GPL v2
I am basically aim to use UFS for a base because of its BSD inheritance and structure. While combining a mixture of some of the more advanced features in both JFS & AdvFS. Both of which are very stable & reliable filesystems for Linux and SVR4.
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 11:38 AM, Greg Troxel <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost>
Can you post a list of the filesystems in question? Your question is
> I am looking at creating a derived File system from currently available
> open-sourced File-systems. My big question is license compatibility, as i
> don't want to start the project only to find that the source i have used is
> not under a compatible license with the other source/s.
> The current sources i am looking at are licensed under the following:
> BSD License
> GNU GPL version 2
> GNU GPL version 1
too vague to really address
It's unlikely you can derive from GPL and release under BSD. But such a
> I understand you can license something under a multiple licenses, but i was
> kinda hoping to eventually release it under one of the BSD licenses.
question cannot be definitely addressed in the abstract.
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