Sorry for the delay, I have been on holidays. I wrote the code (such as
it is - but the key line is adapted from the scipy web site).
I should have put a copy of the BSD license at the front, I suppose,
(would that be correct?) but it was never intended as more than a quick
in-house solution to our problem. We have never "released" software to
the outside world. It's not our focus.
Andrew Straw <strawman@...>
02/06/2007 06:37 AM
Matplotlib Users <matplotlib-users@...>
Re: [Matplotlib-users] Handling LARGE data sets
> Hi Alan,
> I'm not speaking for anyone else, but as far as I'm concerned that
> code is public domain.
OK, well, who wrote the code and who holds the copyright? In other
words, your concerns about the code being in the public domain may or
may not be relevant, depending on where the code came from and whether
you have any legal authority to distribute the code and under what
conditions. It would be nice to include an SG filter in scipy, for
example, but that would only be possible if it were released under a
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