Hi Florian, Andrea, all,
let me restate what I wrote on the marketing list - perhaps it helps to
solve this problem:
Andrea Pescetti wrote:
Florian Effenberger wrote:
Andrea Pescetti wrote on 2011-08-05 10:30:
minimal and straightforward: use the same license
indication in http://www.libreoffice.org/download/license/ and in the
page footer, i.e., remove the wrong "(or later)" from the text.
hm, I'm not sure, but didn't we have this "or later" paragraph for new
contributions? Wasn't it a combination of LGPLv3 or later and the MPL?
See the issue as:
- The text of http://www.libreoffice.org/download/license/ reads "LGPLv3
- The footer of the same page reads "LGPLv3".
- Being different, at least one of them is wrong.
I agree to your statement that "LGPL 3 (or later)" is not the license the present
LibreOffice product is released under.
I'd replace "LGPL 3 (or later)" by "As parts
of our code have been licensed under LGPL 3, the full binaries have to be
released under this license, even if we aim to LGPL 3 (or later) and MPL in
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