wichert at wiggy.net
Thu May 14 11:47:34 EDT 2009
Previously 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 this?:
> 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
It's not. Commiting to svn.zope.org also implies transferring ownership,
something you are not allowed to do with the ExtJS sources.
Wichert Akkerman <wichert at wiggy.net> It is simple to make things.
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