[opensource-dev] Can you legally agree to incomprehensible conditions

Anders Arnholm Anders at Arnholm.se
Sat Apr 3 00:53:39 PDT 2010


Glen Canaday wrote:
> anyone who is known to have seen the LL server code. They can't be sure 
> there's no LL-proprietary licensing stuff going on. See this: 
> http://opensimulator.org/wiki/Contributions_Policy
>
> ... all of which I can completely understand.
>   
No, the not reading viewer code in 6 mouths makes no sence at all. Makes 
the bug solutions a pain in the ass really. Any sencidle developer with 
two programs talking to each other, trying to solve a problem look at 
both codes. It does not break copyright laws.


> related. I'm actually rather surprised no one's said anything about the 
> merges of GPL code into viewer-internal. That bugged me more than the 
> TPV stuff.
>   

Sending in that fax and giveing the LL copyright for tha patches. We all 
knew that LL had an internal code base mixed with the server code 
containing non-gpl:ed code.


/ Balp

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