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- for integrating the license todo-list prepared in 2012
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@@ -173,12 +173,12 @@ \subsection{OSS Definition}
\subsection{important aspects: typology of licences}
-Firstly Mss Käs underlines, \enquote{[\ldots] that the OSD also covers
+First, Mss Käs underlines, \enquote{[\ldots] that the OSD also covers
non-copyleft licences (such as the BSD licence or the Apache licence) that
allow for software or modified versions of the software to be distributed as
proprietary software}\footcite[cf.][63]{Kaes2008a}
-Secondly she hints to the \enquote{copyleft (or viral) licences in the sense of
+Second, she hints to the \enquote{copyleft (or viral) licences in the sense of
the FSF}: Following the explanations of Stallmann 2001 these copyleft
licences \enquote{[\ldots] require licensing back all 'derived work' from the
original software under an equivalent open source licence (reciprocity
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@
\normalsize
\begin{itemize}
- \item Firstly RMS emphazises that \enquote{in 1998, some of the people in
+ \item First, RMS emphazises that \enquote{in 1998, some of the people in
the free software commkunity began using the term 'open source software'
instead of 'free software' to describe what they do} that - as a
consequence of that - \enquote{the Free Sofwtare movement and the Open
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@@ -136,10 +136,10 @@ \subsection{The History of GNU as it’s told by RMS himself}
\item Following RMS this early free community was destroyed by at least two
movements:
\begin{itemize}
- \item Firstly \enquote{in 1981, the spin-off company Symbolics hired away nearly
+ \item First, \enquote{in 1981, the spin-off company Symbolics hired away nearly
all of the hackers from the AI Lab, and the depopulated community was unable to
maintain itself}\footcite[cf][15]{Stallman1999a}
- \item Secondly the old machines and the known operating system ICS were
+ \item Second, the old machines and the known operating system ICS were
replaced by modern computers which \enquote{ [\ldots] had their own operating
systems, but none of them were free software [\ldots]}. The
\enquote{nondisclosure agreement}, which must be signed \enquote{[\ldots]
@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ \subsection{The History of GNU as it’s told by RMS himself}
MIT: they \enquote{[\ldots] kindly invited (him) to keep using the lab’s
facilities}\footcite[cf][19]{Stallman1999a}:
\begin{itemize}
- \item Firstly RMS evaluated wether he could reuse any existing compiler.
+ \item First, RMS evaluated wether he could reuse any existing compiler.
Later on he had to write hiw own compiler, the
GCC\footcite[cf][19]{Stallman1999a}
\item From Sepmtember 1984 on he wrote the GNU emacs
@@ -185,11 +185,11 @@ \subsection{Some systematical issues}
\subsubsection{\enquote{Free as in Freedom}}
’Free software’ is defined by four features:
\begin{itemize}
- \item Firstly \enquote{ you have the freedom to run the program, for any
+ \item First, \enquote{ you have the freedom to run the program, for any
purpose}\footcite[cf][18]{Stallman1999a}
- \item Secondly \enquote{you have the freedom to modify the program to suit your
+ \item Second, \enquote{you have the freedom to modify the program to suit your
needs}\footcite[cf][18]{Stallman1999a}
- \item Thirdly \enquote{you have the freedom to redistribute copies, either
+ \item Third, \enquote{you have the freedom to redistribute copies, either
gratis or for a fee}\footcite[cf][18]{Stallman1999a}
\item Fourthly \enquote{you have the freedom to distribute modified versions of
the program, so that the community can benefit from your
@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@
\section{Line of Thought}
\subsection{the analogy of recipes}
-Firstly RMS compares the writing and using of compupter codes with the noting
+First, RMS compares the writing and using of compupter codes with the noting
and using of recipes: He aims at the point that the exchange of recipes is an
internal and intionally included part of the art and the act of
cooking\footcite[cf][156]{Stallman2001a}: \enquote{These are the natural things to
@@ -116,9 +116,9 @@
\\
\noindent
\ldots analyzes the meaning of 'gaining' and 'losing' a patent based on OSS:
-Firstly (in Germany) patents can be registers on the base of OSS. But mostly
+First, (in Germany) patents can be registers on the base of OSS. But mostly
it's difficult to prevent their registration with a reference to an already
-existing OS software. Secondly in general a company distributes the right to use
+existing OS software. Second, in general a company distributes the right to use
its' patents with distributing the OSS: In case of Non-Copyleft software the
right is granted implicitly by granting the right to use the software. In case
of copyleft software the patent must also be given free because of the
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ \subsection{The Printer as Start}
victims with all the background knowledge:
\begin{itemize}
- \item Firstly one has to note that in the 1960's and 1970's there was a
+ \item First, one has to note that in the 1960's and 1970's there was a
\enquote{give-and-take philosophy} in the MIT AI lab which includes not
only the developer but also the computer companies. And \enquote{such a
philosophy was a major reason why companies [\ldots] made it a policy
@@ -176,7 +176,7 @@ \subsection{The Emacs Commune}
Following Williams \enquote{the story of Stallman's work on TECO during 1970's is
inextricably linked with Stallman's later leadershipd of the free software
movement}\footcite[cf][80]{Williams2002a}. That was concluded by the
-following line of thoughts: Firstly TECO was an editor which required that the
+following line of thoughts: First, TECO was an editor which required that the
user inserted \enquote{extended series of editing instructions} before he
could see the modified text on the screen\footcite[cf][81]{Williams2002a}. Later
on this editor was improved by the possiblity to (re)call such a set of
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@@ -73,8 +73,13 @@
%- start(footnote-configuration)
% flush the cite numbers out of the vertical line and let
% the footnote text directly start in the left vertical line
-\usepackage[marginal,hang]{footmisc}
-\renewcommand\footnotemargin{1.5em}
+% \usepackage[marginal,hang]{footmisc}
+% \renewcommand\footnotemargin{1.5em}
+
+% formatting the footnote with koma script tools
+% \deffootnote[1em]{1.5em}{1em}{\textsuperscript{\thefootnotemark}}
+\deffootnote[1.5em]{1.5em}{1.5em}{\textsuperscript{\thefootnotemark)\ }}
+
%\deffootnote[0em]{1.5em}{1em}{\textsuperscript{\thefootnotemark}}
%- end(footnote-configuration)
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+0.8.7
@@ -28,9 +28,9 @@
Three things constitute the topos to tell 'Open Source':
\begin{enumerate}
- \item Firstly one highlights the increasing importance opne Open
+ \item First, one highlights the increasing importance opne Open
Source\footnote{\cite[cf.][1ff]{Oberhem2008a}}.
- \item Secondly one tells the genesis of open
+ \item Second, one tells the genesis of open
source\footnote{\cite[cf.][9]{Oberhem2008a}} and discusses the meaning of some
general concepts\footnote{\cite[cf.][6ff and 17ff]{Oberhem2008a}}
\item And last but not least one explains the Open Source
@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@ \chapter{Introduction}
And based on these principles the OSLiC offers two modes to be used:
-Firstly and mostly the readers wish to find those to-do list simply and quickly
+First, and mostly the readers wish to find those to-do list simply and quickly
which fit their needs. Here is the corresponding process\footnote{For the well
known 'quick and dirty hackers' - as we tend to be, too - we have integrated a
shortcut: If you are already knowing the license of that Open Source package you
@@ -279,7 +279,7 @@ \chapter{Introduction}
\end{tikzpicture}
-Secondly, the readers might wish to comprehend the whole analysis. So, we
+Second, the readers might wish to comprehend the whole analysis. So, we
shortly discuss Open Source Licenses taxonomies as base of license compliant
behavior\footnote{$\rightarrow$ \enquote{\nameref{sec:LicenseTaxonomies}}, pp.
\pageref{sec:LicenseTaxonomies}}. We consider some side effects with
@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ \chapter{Open Source: The Same Idea, Different Licenses}\label{sec:LicenseTaxono
the subset of really existing licenses still could be expanded be developing new
licenses which fit the definition.}.
-Firstly, the most easily to determine difference is that of an unidirectional
+First, the most easily to determine difference is that of an unidirectional
inclusion: By definition, the \emph{OSI approved licenses} and the \emph{OSD
compliant licenses} meet the requirements of the OSD\footcite[cf.][\nopage
wp]{OSI2012a}. But only the \emph{OSI approved licenses} have successfully
@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@ \chapter{Open Source: The Same Idea, Different Licenses}\label{sec:LicenseTaxono
\emph{OSI approved licenses} and the \emph{Open Source Licenses} - are \emph{OSD
compliant licenses}, but not vice versa.
-Secondly, a similar argumentation leeds to the differences between the
+Second, a similar argumentation leeds to the differences between the
\emph{DFSG compliant licenses} and the \emph{OSI approved licenses}. As it is
stated, the OSD \enquote{[\ldots] is based on the Debian Free Software
Guildeline and any license that meets one definition almost meets the
@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ \chapter{Open Source: The Same Idea, Different Licenses}\label{sec:LicenseTaxono
that all \emph{OSI approved licenses} are also \emph{DFSG compliant licenses},
but not vice versa.
-Thirdly - by ignoring the \enquote{few exceptions} which have appeared
+Third, - by ignoring the \enquote{few exceptions} which have appeared
\enquote{over the years}\footcite[cf.][233]{Fogel2006a} - one can say that,
because of their 'kinsmanlike' relation, at least the \emph{OSD compliant
licenses} are also \emph{DFSG compliant licenses} and vice versa.
@@ -489,7 +489,7 @@ \chapter{Open Source: The Same Idea, Different Licenses}\label{sec:LicenseTaxono
The other misleading interpretation is - counter-intuitively - evoked by using
the concept 'copyleft licenses'. If one refers to a cluster of \emph{copyleft
licenses} as the opposite of the \emph{permissive licenses}, one implicitly also
-sends two messages: Firstly that republishing one's own modifications
+sends two messages: First, that republishing one's own modifications
is sufficient to fulfill the \emph{copyleft licenses}. And secondly that the
\emph{permissive licenses} do not require anything which has to be done for
getting the right to use the software. Even if one does not wish to evoke such
@@ -741,16 +741,17 @@ \section{The protecting power of the PHP License}
APL & 2.0 & \checkmark & \checkmark & \checkmark &
- & - & - & - & - & - & - & - & - \\
\hline
- \multirow{2}{*}{BSD}\footnotemark & 3-Cl & \checkmark & \checkmark & \checkmark &
+ \multirow{2}{*}{BSD} & 3-Cl & \checkmark & \checkmark & \checkmark &
$\neg$ & $\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ &
$\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ \\
\cline{2-14}
& 2-Cl & \checkmark & \checkmark & \checkmark &
$\neg$ & $\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ &
$\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ \\
\hline
- MIT\footnotemark & ~ & \checkmark & \checkmark & \checkmark &
- - & - & - & - & - & - & - & - & - \\
+ MIT & ~ & \checkmark & \checkmark & \checkmark &
+ $\neg$ & $\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ & $\neg$ &
+ \checkmark & $\neg$ & \checkmark & $\neg$ \\
\hline
MsPL & ~ & \checkmark & \checkmark & \checkmark &
- & - & - & - & - & - & - & - & - \\
@@ -798,10 +799,7 @@ \section{The protecting power of the PHP License}
\end{tabular}
\end{center}
\end{table}
-\addtocounter{footnote}{-1}
-\footnotetext{Berkeley Software Distribution [License]}
-\stepcounter{footnote}
-\footnotetext{Massuchat Institute of Technique [License]}
+
And the content of this classifying table can also be transfered into a mindmap:
@@ -27,8 +27,8 @@ \chapter{Open Source Use Cases: Find the License Fulfilling To-do Lists}\label{s
\footnotesize
\begin{quote}\itshape
-This chapter offers the \emph{Open Source Use Case Finder}: Firstly, it presents
-a form to gather the specifying information. Secondly it offers a tree which
+This chapter offers the \emph{Open Source Use Case Finder}: First, it presents
+a form to gather the specifying information. Second, it offers a tree which
can easily be transversed by the gathered information. And finally it contains
the list of \emph{Open Source Use Cases}. Each leaf of the tree leads to one
\emph{Open Source Use Case} which itself then refers to the specific license
@@ -34,10 +34,47 @@ \section{Apache Licensed Software \ldots}
% TODO insert APL specifc mini finder
\subsection{Apache specific use case 1}
-(covers OSUC-X - OSUC-Z)
+% \label{OSUC-10-APACHE}
+\begin{description}
+\item[means] \ldots
+
+\item[covers] OSUC-?? \ldots
+
+\item[requires] the following tasks in order to fulfill the license conditions
+\begin{itemize}
+ \item \textbf{[mandatorily:]} Ensure \ldots
+ \item \textbf{[voluntarily:]} Let \ldots
+\end{itemize}
+
+% \item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
+\item[prohibits] the following doings in order to fulfill the license conditions
+\begin{itemize}
+ \item \textbf{[directly:]}
+ \item \textbf{[indirectly:]}
+\end{itemize}
+\end{description}
\subsection{Apache specific use case n}
(covers OSUC-x - OSUC-z)
+% \label{OSUC-10-APACHE}
+\begin{description}
+\item[means] \ldots
+
+\item[covers] OSUC-?? \ldots
+
+\item[requires] the following tasks in order to fulfill the license conditions
+\begin{itemize}
+ \item \textbf{[mandatorily:]} Ensure \ldots
+ \item \textbf{[voluntarily:]} Let \ldots
+\end{itemize}
+
+% \item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
+\item[prohibits] the following doings in order to fulfill the license conditions
+\begin{itemize}
+ \item \textbf{[directly:]}
+ \item \textbf{[indirectly:]}
+\end{itemize}
+\end{description}
@@ -184,12 +184,14 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-1: Using the software only for yourself}
and that you do not handover it to any 3rd party in any sense.
\item[covers] OSUC-01, OSUC-03, OSUC-06, and OSUC-09\footnote{For details see pp.
\pageref{OSUC-01-DEF} - \pageref{OSUC-09-DEF}}
-\item[requires] no tasks in order to fulfill the conditions of the BSD license:
+\item[requires] no tasks in order to fulfill the conditions of the BSD license
+with respect to this use case:
\begin{itemize}
\item You are allowed to use any kind of BSD software in any sense and in
any context without any obligations if you do not handover the software to
3rd parties.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
@@ -217,11 +219,11 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-2: Passing the unmodified software as source code}
BSD conditions, and the BSD disclaimer.
\end{itemize}
-\item[forbids] the following doings in order to fulfill the license conditions
+% \item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
+\item[prohibits] the following doings in order to fulfill the license conditions
\begin{itemize}
\item \textbf{[directly:]}
\item \textbf{[indirectly:]}
-
\end{itemize}
\end{description}
@@ -248,6 +250,7 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-3: Passing the unmodified software as binary}
distribution and/or your additional material also contain the author specific
copyright notice, the BSD conditions, and the BSD disclaimer.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
\begin{itshape}
@@ -291,6 +294,7 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-4: Passing a modified program as source code}
already modifying the program, you can also add such a hint, if the presented
original copyright notice lacks such a statement.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
\subsubsection{BSD-5: Passing a modified program as binary}
@@ -322,6 +326,7 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-5: Passing a modified program as binary}
already modifying the program, you can also add such a hint, if the presented
original copyright notice lacks such a statement.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
\subsubsection{BSD-6: Passing a modified library as independent source code}
@@ -342,6 +347,7 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-6: Passing a modified library as independent source code}
and/or your additional material also contain the original copyright notice, the
BSD conditions, and the BSD disclaimer.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
@@ -367,6 +373,7 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-7: Passing a modified library as independent binary}
distribution and/or your additional material also contain the author specific
copyright notice, the BSD conditions, and the BSD disclaimer.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
\subsubsection{BSD-8: Passing a modified library as embedded source code}
@@ -394,6 +401,7 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-8: Passing a modified library as embedded source code}
developing this larger unit. Hence, you can also expand the copyright notice
of this larger unit by such a hint to its BSD components.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
@@ -426,6 +434,7 @@ \subsubsection{BSD-9: Passing a modified library as embedded binary}
developing this larger unit. Hence, you can also expand the copyright notice
of this larger unit by such a hint to its BSD components.
\end{itemize}
+\item[prohibits] nothing explicitly.
\end{description}
\subsection{Software licensed by the \emph{BSD 3-Clause License}}
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