On Thu, Aug 26, 2004 at 12:59:14PM +0100, kevin lyda mentioned:
> thomas bridge just mentioned the gpl. coincidentally, i just read the
> gpl and bsd licenses.
>> they're very different!
>> the bsd license destroys free software by letting companies steal
> the code. and the gpl completely bans commercial software development.
> plus it's viral - i think it's responsible for all those windows problems.
>> has anyone noticed this yet?
Yes! I always release my code with a GPL licence, but the file declaring
the licence to be GPL is published with a BSD licence, so you can pick
whatever licence you want.
I find it solves all those problems.
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