On 09/26/2012 07:19 PM, Luis Villa wrote:
I knew I should have clarified that. Only included it to point out
that a common framework does not prevent a rich/complex spectrum of
permissiveness (akin to the finer shades between MPL/LGPL/GPL/AGPL),
not to advocate that the free software world should have a specific NC
or ND equivalent.
A license which is currently "missing" on that spectrum is a copyleft
license compatible with the current popular app stores.
The microsoft and apple app stores are fairly hostile toward free
software developers, but they do have a considerable market share. So I
think there are free software developers who would be interested in a
license which achieves the aims of copyleft insofar that is allowed by
the common app store agreements.
Has anyone given this any thought?
-- kuno / warp.