On Sat, 2011-01-08 at 13:25 +0100, Bernhard Dippold wrote:
No, it is sufficient to provide a link to the code, but this link must
be valid for a reasonable time.
It is well worth reading the LGPLv3 in this regard;
Section 6. covers this - and yes; it should be adequate to point at the
git repositories at:
though it is clearly preferable to distribute the source code on the
media as well; since that ends your section 6. liability.
Due to server capacities I don't know if TDF will be able to provide
such continuously reachable links to every version of LibreOffice, but
this should be discussed by the SC (CC'ing the SC-discuss list).
Freedesktop has been around for a long time, and I expect it to
continue for the forseeable future.
For DVD with enough space on the disc it is easier to include the
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