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Moving to code.google.com and MIT License
fagiano
#1 Posted : Thursday, August 12, 2010 1:25:33 PM(UTC)
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Hi all,
I'd like to move away from sourceforge as hosting site as it's slow and clumsy to use. "code.google.com" seems a good alternative, however they do not support Zlib license that is what I have used until now. I was thinking to move the distribution to use MIT license that seems similar enough to me.
Does anybody see somthing wrong in this decision? Any alternative? is BSD any better?

ciao
Alberto
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#2 Posted : Friday, August 13, 2010 4:31:31 AM(UTC)
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It seems the MIT license (aka the X11 license) should be the best "simple" license in the permissive free (open source) license category

fagiano wrote:
Hi all,
I'd like to move away from sourceforge as hosting site as it's slow and clumsy to use. "code.google.com" seems a good alternative, however they do not support Zlib license that is what I have used until now. I was thinking to move the distribution to use MIT license that seems similar enough to me.
Does anybody see somthing wrong in this decision? Any alternative? is BSD any better?

ciao
Alberto

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