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Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Ticket #16517, comment 26


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02/20/2011 11:29:52 AM (8 years ago)
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hakre
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  • Ticket #16517, comment 26

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    1111> We could add that file, at which point our handling of their license file would be better than theirs (they just link out). It might be better to reach out to them and ask them to update their project with a license/copyright file of their creation, which we can then incorporate downstream. It's a bit presumptuous to create that for them without reaching out first.
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    13 No-one has ever prevented you from doing so but yourself. As known, we already had this similar discussion about the IXR library and their three term BSD license. In the end we reached out the project, they made everything crystal clear, even wordpress.org did took the license in then.
     13No-one has ever prevented you from doing so but yourself. As known, we already had this similar discussion about the IXR library and the three clause BSD license. In the end we reached out the project, they made everything crystal clear, even wordpress.org did took the license in then.
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    1515Please just fix this. There are other users downstream we should think about first. Wordpress.org was the first one who did not provide the terms even the swfupload project made this mandatory. It was worpdress.org who downloaded swfupload from the googlecode homepage and who did not download the license text from that page. It's visibly placed on the left of that librarie's page on googlecode.
     
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    4545Which brings your argument to a dead end and I hope you don't call that a nuance or pedantry any longer.
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     49Tag: FIXIPO