On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 2:22 PM, nilitonilito nilitonilito wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm involved with the following open source project
> I like the cmake/Summary.cmake in muse2 and I wanted to "steal" it for the
> OpenCog project. The license is AGPL, I expect it's fine but I still felt
> like asking, besides it would be a way to know and add the author name in
> the file, copyright and stuff (or copyleft whatever you feel).
I believe I took that file from the clementine project and did some
which is GPLv3
>From my understanding, that file should be considered as an
extension/derivative of cmake since it is only used during cmake's
runtime, and not muse's or clementine's runtime. cmake has a pretty
nonrestrictive BSD license, so you should be fine using that code.
However, if you want to give some credit to the author, it would be
best to contact clementine folks. They might not be the authors
either, but they will guide you in the right direction.