Manage episode 233164898 series 10995
Bradley and Karen discuss two additional permissions that can be used to “backport” the GPLv3 Termination provisions to GPLv2 — the Kernel Enforcement Statement Additional Permission, and the Red Hat Cooperation Commitment. A blog post on Conservancy's site summarizes the discussion on this show.
Segment 0 (00:35)
- Bradley mentioned irregardless is not actually a word, but it does appear to be slang, which dates back to 1795! (03:23)
- The additional permission system was codified as a formal part of GPLv3, but are generally more informal under GPLv2. (05:24)
- Karen explained what the Principles of Community-Oriented GPL Enforcement. (07:49)
- Karen mentioned that Daleks
Segment 1 (13:04)
- Bradley mentioned the inbound=outbound FOSS licensing contributor assent system (18:15)
Segment 2 (26:10)
- Karen and Bradley discuss the term “non-defensive” and what it means.
- Bradley mentioned the Twin Peaks lawsuit as a non-hypothetical case where the RHCC would not apply where GPL enforcement was used by Red Hat itself as a retaliation tactic. (29:23)
- The Kernel Enforcement Statement and the RHCC are available online.
Segment 3 (38:40)
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