[RCD] Rev 3683 - Skin License Issue
jonas at freesources.org
Wed Jun 9 15:55:50 CEST 2010
On 07/06/2010 Thomas Bruederli wrote:
> Jonas Meurer wrote:
> >> The other point, i'm even more worried about, is using roundcube as the
> >> webmail solution on a ISP, using the default skin. I'm reading the
> >> entire CC-by-nc license, but if this is a commercial use of the skin...
> >> ¿does it fit into the permissions granted by the Skin's license?
> >> i would be less worried if the license was CC-by-sa
> > yes, version 3 of CC-by-sa would be good. even better would be a more
> > permissive license. for debians point of view (as an example) see
> > http://wiki.debian.org/DFSGLicenses
> Using the default skin on a commercial hosted service shouldn't be a
> problem. Since the skin contains icons artwork from other autors I'll have
> to check with them about a Share Alike option.
> I'll certainly take you suggestions into account.
that's good news. but what exactly does it mean? you check with authors
to change to ca-by-sa version 3? that would be great, and that way free
linux/*bsd/... distros could continue to distribute roundcubemail.
List info: http://lists.roundcube.net/dev/
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