[Pharo-project] "A Mentoring Course on Smalltalk" Code License

Andres Valloud avalloud at smalltalk.comcastbiz.net
Fri Oct 1 22:51:17 EDT 2010


I am not sure the code in the book needs a license.  After all, 
eventually you will get the distribution for the source code in question 
and then you will (should) have an MIT license... does that make sense?

On 9/30/10 19:23 , Sean P. DeNigris wrote:
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>
> Andres Valloud-4 wrote:
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>> Well, since this discussion is public now :)
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> hee hee
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> Andres Valloud-4 wrote:
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>> ... exactly what seems to be
>> the problem?  The book talks about code that is often in the public
>> Store repository.  Is the problem that the code in the public Store
>> repository doesn't have an MIT license?  Or is the problem that the book
>> that talks about the code in the public Store repository doesn't say
>> "and the code has an MIT license"?
>>
>
> Would a license expert weigh in here?  Andres, would it be difficult to add
> a note to the book specifying that the code in it is MIT?




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