Anders Karlsson wrote:
Just so that I understand this right.
Any license which will permit being replaced by the GPL, when the
software it covers is combined with software under the GPL - is
compatible with the GPL?
Anyone except the copyright holder cannot replace the terms of the
license. If I developed software and licensed it using any of the
licenses compatible with the GPL, that original software stays under the
license I released forever. Software Freedom Law Center published a
paper describing the effect of combining BSD and GPL license if you are
interested in the details
Note that the specific details maybe dependent on the copyright laws of
your region too.
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