[opensource-dev] Fwd: [gnu.org #566095] Possible Licensing Conflict

Ron Festa overdrive at dceo.rutgers.edu
Tue Apr 20 13:06:58 PDT 2010

I just noticed that the email licensing at fsf.org is being replied to. Guys
please remove that email address from your ReplyToAll list to avoid spamming
the FSF.

Ron Festa
Virtual Worlds Admin
Division of Continuing Studies at Rutgers University
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On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 4:00 PM, Tayra Dagostino
<tayra.dagostino at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Tue, 20 Apr 2010 15:51:04 -0400
> Gigs <gigstaggart at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I don't think Brett fully considered the implications of:
> >
> > "You acknowledge and agree that we may require you to stop using or
> > distributing a Third-Party Viewer for accessing Second Life if we
> > determine that there is a violation."
> >
> > Which is clearly in conflict with the GPL.
> no, it is related to LL serrvices, not software license, "for accessing
> second life", it si a limitation related to the use WITH LL servers
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