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issue of JAVA LGPL / BSD licensing ...


java lgpl
Elliotte Harold wrote:

> Aleksander Slominski wrote:
>
>
>> anyway i never could really follow why LGPL for C style-linking is OK 
>> but LGPL for JARs is not so if you have a definitive FSF resource on 
>> that i would like to know it.
>>
>
> You couldn't follow it because the position didn't make any sense. 

> LGPL is just fine for Java.  

do you mind to actually show some proof for it and not just make a 
statement?

show me some facts.

i do not know anything that clarifies all this confusion:

http://developers.slashdot.org/developers/03/07/17/2257224.shtml
http://radio.weblogs.com/0122027/2003/07/18.html
http://weblogs.java.net/blog/rubys/archive/2003/07/lgpl_java_links.html
http://www.artima.com/forums/flat.jsp?forum=141&thread=7997

> Incompatibility between LGPL and Java is an urban legend. 

so lot of people spent time discussing it for fun?

or maybe because it *is* confusing and needs clarifications ...

> Depending on whose talking, it's based on a misunderstanding of Java, 
> a misunderstanding of the LGPL, or both.

it would help if FSF clearly stated position on this on their website 
(if not in updated license L/GPL 3.0) so it can be used a definitive 
resource and not just rumors like somebody said something  (or heard 
"Brad Kuhn's comments ..." )

i could not find link to the authoritative resource ... anybody had more 
luck?

thanks,

alek

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