faassen at startifact.com
Thu May 14 10:42:39 EDT 2009
Santiago Videla wrote:
> I was trying to find a way to solve the licenses conflicts with the
> ExtJS guys. And now I need to back to you guys, what could you say about
> You can distribute Ext JS with a ZPL extension, but Ext JS must remain
> clearly GPL. It's two licenses side by side. So if you 'package' Ext
> with the ZPL extension, and developers download the package with the
> expectation that the whole is ZPL licensed, that is a problem. If
> licensing on the SVN can include both ZPL and GPL, then that could work.
> I'm not sure if that it's possible in svn.zope.org <http://svn.zope.org>
svn.zope.org is not allowed to contain GPL licensed code.
The simplest thing for you to do would be to simply maintain this code
somewhere else (code.google.com, for instance), and then release to pypi
from there. Give the whole Python package a GPL license so it's clear to
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