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Re: Does this match one of our standard licenses?
On Wed, 31 Oct 2012 07:59:06 -0400
Greg Troxel <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost> wrote:
> I put this in ../A, and then did:
> for i in `ls /usr/pkgsrc/licenses`; do wdiff
> -3 /usr/pkgsrc/licenses/$i ../A > $i; done
> and then ls -lS, which showed postgresql-license to be closest, and
Makes sense. I probably copied it from them in the first place since
the package was originally distributed as part of PostgreSQL. I
modified the license to be even closer.
> the diff follows. The wording is slightly different, but 'any new
> file that contains substantial portion of this file' is ordinarily
> viewed as a copy (or derivative work). So this just barely meets my
> comfort level for not objecting to you calling it the same.
I removed that part.
> Further, it seems odd that postgresql-license has a -license suffix,
> since it's obviously intended to be a free license and is OSI
> approved: http://opensource.org/licenses/PostgreSQL
I agree but that's a rototill for another day.
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