From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-12-01 13:22:10
Andreas Huber wrote:
> I'm no lawyer but from my point of view it does make a difference. For
> example, the SGI license doesn't explicitly say that it doesn't give
> any warranty regarding non-infringement. The Boost license does. So
> it seems the SGI license is less "water-tight" and adding the Boost
> license makes things clearer for people evaluating the files.
Chuckles.... I know one very large company that found the change from
SGI-style license to the BSL very problematic. And no, I couldn't understand
But anyway, very many thanks for tackling these license issues!
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