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Hi Craig, *,

Am Montag, 27. Juni 2011, 20:35:38 schrieb C. Olofson:
On 06/27/2011 11:28 AM, Andreas Mantke wrote:
Hi Andrea, *,

Am Montag, 27. Juni 2011, 19:02:42 schrieb Andrea Pescetti:
On 24/06/2011 Andreas Mantke wrote:
the license has to be specified for every release inside the project.
The default license is GPL, if the author don't change.

(Resending, it seems it was not delivered... sorry if you get it twice)

For usability, I'd prefer not to have a default here. Otherwise, people
may overlook the field and it might well happen that someone uploads an
extension that gets tagged as "GPL" but actually has (within the OXT
file) a totally different license.

that would be a feature, but currently there is only the option to choose
from a drop down menu with a default value. We can decide which license
should be displayed as the default value in the menu.

Shall we change the default value to another license?

As a workaround, could we set the default value to "Please Select" or
something similar?

Currently we can't set it to such an entry. We had to set a license as default value. 
If we want to change this (in the future), we had to create an enhancement to Plone 
Software Center and get this into the community repository of Plone collective.

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