santiago.videla at gmail.com
Mon May 4 10:51:45 EDT 2009
No objections as long as ExtJS is not included in the svn.zope.org. I'll
> note that ExtJS is under the GPL now (after many license changes), which
> isn't very compatible with many ZPL-based projects. I would interpret
> GPL-ed code on the client side not to make my server code automatically
> GPL as well, but the ExtJS authors explicitly do interpret it that way;
> just be warned of potential license confusions with ExtJS...
Thanks for your points. Actually I'm newbie in free software development and
contributions, so I don't understand the whole problems with licenses yet
What about these?
As I saw ZPL listed there, I thought that ZPL and ExtJS could be friends
from now on... :)
> All this doesn't take away from the idea that a hurry.extjs could be
> very useful to build *applications*, so by all means go ahead!
Great, anyways I'll wait until I understand how ExtJS license and ZPL could
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