From: Alexander Terekhov (terekhov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-09 10:54:30
< from gmane.comp.lib.boost.user >
Douglas Gregor wrote:
> On Tuesday 08 October 2002 07:14 pm, Brian Neal wrote:
> > I hope this is appropriate for this mailing list...
> > 2) Should there be (is there?) a central boost license that all boost
> > libraries have that we can point our lawyers at, instead of going to each
> > and every boost developer to get permission to use his/her library?
> There is no central Boost license. There are, however, license requirements as
> stated here:
> Each Boost library has its own license that _must_ meet those requirements. Of
> course, that won't satisfy the lawyers, so you'll probably have to send them
> the individual library licenses for approval.
> We really could do much better in this area: at the very least, we could
> provide a comprehensive list of the licenses for each library.
FWIW, my version of "at the very least" would be to adopt the following
"headers": < ala Doug Lee's http://gee.cs.oswego.edu/dl/classes/EDU/
Originally written by <Booster> and released into the public domain.
This may be used for any purposes whatsoever without acknowledgment.
Thanks for the assistance and support of <Blah-blah>, and everyone
contributing, testing, and using this code.
-- "Can I use this code in commercial products? Yes. Many people appear to do so. Do I need a license to use it? Can I get one? No!"
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