Re: [alpine-user] What / Where is the License?
I agree, it is too vague. This would probably require relicensing some
Alpine components to be compliant with this official license though.
I will also continue work on getting all packages' licenses replaced with
their SPDX equivalent once I am back from Spain and Oslo, early November.
Natanael: Any opinion/input on this?
On Mon, Oct 23, 2017 at 7:33 AM, Brent Shaffer <betterbrent_at_google.com>
> That's helpful, but "primarily MIT" won't work as a license. It'd be a
> good idea to get an official license in place. I'm sure many people will
> avoid using it until then.
> Thanks guys!
> - Brent
> On Fri, Oct 20, 2017 at 11:04 AM Daniel Isaksen <d_at_duniel.no> wrote:
>> I understand that it is multiple licenses, but primarily MIT.
>> - Daniel
>> On Oct 20, 2017 8:01 PM, "Jakub Jirutka" <jakub_at_jirutka.cz> wrote:
>>> This is a good question! Two people has asked me about the same at
>>> LinuxDays and I didn’t know the answer. A totally forgot about it, so
>>> thanks for reminding. We should definitely clarify this.
>>> > On 20. Oct 2017, at 19:21, Brent Shaffer <betterbrent_at_google.com>
>>> > I must be going crazy. On the about page, FAQ, and in the source code,
>>> I cannot find any recording of what the LICENSE is for Alpine Linux. Is
>>> this intentional, or am I missing something?
>>> > Thanks
>>> > - Brent
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