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SubjectRe: [copyleft-next] Re: Kernel modules under new copyleft licence : (was Re: [PATCH v2] module.h: add copyleft-next >= 0.3.1 as GPL compatible)
On Fri, May 19, 2017 at 12:31:50PM +0100, Alan Cox wrote:
> > I really cannot see how you might have an attorney who wants ink on
> > 2A but not 1A.
> > I really cannot see how you might have an attorney who wants ink on
> > 2B but not 1B.
>
> Because their job is to protect their whomsoever they represent. They
> protect them drawing upon case law and providing rules based upon
> caselaw so that people don't have to keep bothering them.
>
> The lawyers have caselaw for "either a or b" licensing. They don't have
> caselaw for licence compatibility with your licence. Therefore it's a
> risk.

Alright, this makes sense.

As noted though there are a few "or" clauses, which upstream file
is a good template to use for copyleft-next ?

Luis

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