FSFE launches a new campaign today: Public Money? Public Code!
fernando.reis at pt.lu
Mon Dec 11 20:15:06 UTC 2017
I would go even further and say that code development funded by public money should be made free software, regardless if it is to be used by the public sector or not. That starts already to be the case with research funded via the Horizon 2020 research fund.
> No dia 11/12/2017, às 16:29, Adonay Felipe Nogueira <adfeno at hyperbola.info> escreveu:
> Today, just now, I contacted one of the FSFE staff, and also sent
> patches that I made the day before yesterday.
> Now I'm waiting for a reply to start a discussion.
> I hope this helps.
> 2017-09-15T10:16:55+0200 Fabian Keil wrote:
>> Erik Albers <eal at fsfe.org> wrote:
>> There may be license issue due to resources like:
>> They contain a "Licensed under MIT
>> comment but not the license text itself.
>> Probably the issue is inherited from upstream and presumably
>> upstream doesn't care too much about license compliance
>> but for an FSFE website this situation doesn't seem ideal.
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