[Python-Dev] Third-Party Licenses (Mesenne Twister copyright notice)

M.-A. Lemburg mal@lemburg.com
Tue, 31 Dec 2002 14:08:19 +0100

David Ascher wrote:
> M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
>> In a later mail I suggested adding these licenses to the standard
>> Python license file. This should probably be done as new section
>> explaining to which code the license applies and where the code
>> was obtained from.
>> Then binary distributions would only have to include this one
>> file (which they have to include anyway, since the Python license
>> requires this).
> This would suit us (ActiveState) just fine.  In general, we don't mind 
> doing whatever is necessary to give credit where credit is due (as well 
> as comply with the license in general, of course) -- but the simpler it 
> is, the more likely it is to actually be carried through -- the more 
> automatable the better as well.

So what's the general feeling ? Should we take this approach ?

Marc-Andre Lemburg
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