[Twisted-Python] Twisted is now under the MIT license.
serj_trejo at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 25 23:43:58 EDT 2004
With all due respect, what if I am living in Mexico -- should I just waltz
down to my local neighborhood attorney in Guadalajara and expect him/her to
be able to give me advice about any U.S.-centric intellectual property
related license? I'm not sure what the better answer is, but I don't know
that it is fair to expect every person who wants to contrbute code to
Twisted to have to consult with a lawyer in their non-U.S. country.
>From: Christopher Armstrong <radeex at gmail.com>
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>Subject: Re: [Twisted-Python] Twisted is now under the MIT license.
>Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 19:10:05 -0400
>To Mary and Alex:
>Ask a lawyer (or someone else who's silly enough to answer :).
>This is how a lot of open source project's are run. ESR's Licensing
>HOWTO may or may not be accurate, but if you assume it is correct, it
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