On 05/24/2010 09:07 PM, Nikola Smolenski wrote:
Дана Monday 24 May 2010 17:04:17 River Tarnell
We have now introduced the concept of a default
license for each
account. This is documented on the wiki:
"Every account has a default license. This is the license that your tools
Do we have the definition of a a tool? Only scripts that are publically
accessible, or any code that runs on the Toolserver?
file, which I wrote back when
this was last discussed in February, starts with:
"Unless stated otherwise, all source code written by me and stored under
my Toolserver account, whether normally accessible to the public or not,
shall be considered to have been released under the following license
While I originally chose this broad definition just for my own use, I
think it's actually a fairly sensible one. Obviously, I can't release
any code that I'm not the author of -- and on the other hand, if I have
any code stored on my Toolserver account that I don't wish to license,
all I need to do is add a comment saying "All rights reserved" to it.
(Ps. I just realized that I'd never actually sent the long message I
wrote in February regarding default licensing to the list. Oh well.
The now introduced implementation is not exactly like the one I was
advocating in that message, but it'll hopefully serve just as well.)