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Anand Babu wrote:
My recommendation is to adopt GNU GPL and find an
alternative for the
MPL'ed code or write one yourself. You can also ask the MPL'ed code
author to dual-license with GNU GPL.
What happen's when the application in question only *installs* binary
only packages that are licensed under licenses which are GPL incompatible ?
eg. I create an application/interface that installs two RPMs for two
packages A and B. A is GPL compatible if not GPL itself and B is GPL
incompatible. How do I license my interface/application or does the
license for my application (which in a non strict sense is only an
installer) as GPL compatible meet all requirements ?
ps: Kushal had called me up last night on this issue and frankly the mix
of licenses puzzled me a bit and I suggested that he write in here. If
anyone has another person/list he can go to it would surely be appreciated
You see things; and you say 'Why?';
But I dream things that never were;
and I say 'Why not?' - George Bernard Shaw
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