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[libreplanet-discuss] Can we licence our Clojure (Eclipse Public License
[libreplanet-discuss] Can we licence our Clojure (Eclipse Public License 1.0) project with the GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE?
Tue, 23 May 2017 16:49:49 +0200
I am pretty new with all the software licensing so please excuse my ignorance.
We are on the making of an open source software written in Clojure namely
https://github.com/PIENews/freecoin. We want to ensure that it is used openly
by the community and will be secured from been used for commercial purposes. We
have licensed our software under the GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version
3, 19 November 2007. However it was brought to our attention that GPL and EPL
are incompatible (are they?) and Clojure is licensed with EPL. I think it gets
a bit more complicated cause Clojure is a lisp which runs on the JVM. Clojure
has macros that will expand code if not precompiled and I also noticed that the
JVM brings other matters on the table like
Do you have any advice on what is the best way to go in our case? And what kind
of risks we could run into?
Thanks a lot!
Aspasia Beneti aka aspra
Dyne.org Think & Do tank
Lead software developer of the Freecoin toolkit
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- [libreplanet-discuss] Can we licence our Clojure (Eclipse Public License 1.0) project with the GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE?,
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