Mon, 30 Oct 2000 09:22:39 +0100
On Sun, 29 Oct 2000, Wesley J Landaker wrote:
> Actually, the license for IDEA isn't really as restrictive as soft
> people have made it sound. IDEA is completely free and doesn't require
> a license for any personal, education, or non-profit use. The only time
That is not true - read the stuff Ascom has to say about it in the
idea.c module and elesewhere. The gratis usage of IDEA is very
limited - according to some discussons a few years ago, you are even
not allowed to use this for private tasks on a box which you also
use for business stuff. And the "or" in you list of usage patterns
should be replaced by "and".
However, the main reason why we can't put IDEA into a GPLed
program is that it would violates the GPL (cf. section 7).
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