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Switch to MIT license #264

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tony opened this issue May 28, 2017 · 41 comments
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Switch to MIT license #264

tony opened this issue May 28, 2017 · 41 comments
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@tony tony commented May 28, 2017

I'd like to switch the license to something even more permissive than BSD 3-clause (MIT).

Sorry for causing the ping, but wanted to get it out of the way.

If you're ok with it, please reply with a note that you agree for your code contribution(s) to tmuxp to be released under the MIT license.

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@yegortimoshenko yegortimoshenko commented May 28, 2017

Sure. My contribution isn't even copyrightable (just a file extension change).

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@yegortimoshenko yegortimoshenko commented May 28, 2017

BTW, your LICENSE says to check AUTHORS file for the list of contributors, but there is no such file in the repo. Probably makes sense to remove that note.

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@tony tony commented May 28, 2017

When the new license takes effect we'll have the AUTHORS thing out, we'll link to https://github.com/tony/tmuxp/graphs/contributors

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@Ilyes512 Ilyes512 commented May 28, 2017

Good action! I agree.

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@ikirudennis ikirudennis commented May 28, 2017

I have no problem with this. Thanks for keeping us all in the loop.

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@techtonik techtonik commented May 28, 2017

I am fine with it.

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@achals achals commented May 28, 2017

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@rafi rafi commented May 28, 2017

I agree, thanks!

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@ThiefMaster ThiefMaster commented May 28, 2017

fine for me

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@mexicarne mexicarne commented May 28, 2017

Ok for me.

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@fpietka fpietka commented May 28, 2017

Ok for me too

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@abeyer abeyer commented May 28, 2017

Ok with me

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@tek tek commented May 28, 2017

👍

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@marbu marbu commented May 28, 2017

I'm ok with it.

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@joeljuca joeljuca commented May 28, 2017

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@sebastianst sebastianst commented May 28, 2017

OK for me.

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@ohardy ohardy commented May 28, 2017

Ok for me.

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@madprog madprog commented May 28, 2017

Ok for me too :)

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@estin estin commented May 29, 2017

I agree.

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@JorisE JorisE commented May 29, 2017

Ok by me.

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@yvaucher yvaucher commented May 29, 2017

Same here, I agree.

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@gtback gtback commented May 30, 2017

fine with me

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@tasdomas tasdomas commented May 30, 2017

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@myw myw commented May 30, 2017

I'm OK with this!

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@thomasballinger thomasballinger commented Jun 6, 2017

This is fine with me!

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@tony tony commented Jun 21, 2017

We're almost there. @kmactavish @roxit @raine @cryptojuice @sehe @Omeryl, do you agree to licensing your contributions under MIT license? If so, reply here that it's Ok!

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@kmactavish kmactavish commented Jun 21, 2017

Good with me.

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@raine raine commented Jun 21, 2017

OK!

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@sehe sehe commented Jun 22, 2017

Fine!

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@tony tony commented Nov 11, 2017

@roxit, @cryptojuice, @Omeryl, can you take a look at this issue?

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@Omeryl Omeryl commented Nov 11, 2017

@tony I don’t believe I have any code in the repository. The only thing I recall writing is a typo fix to the README. Therefore, do whatever you need.

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@tony tony commented Nov 11, 2017

thank you @Omeryl !

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@kmactavish kmactavish commented Jan 10, 2018

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@tony tony commented Mar 3, 2018

@cryptojuice @roxit : You okay with relicensing your contributions to MIT? If so, please reply here. Only two more to go! 😄

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@tony tony commented Mar 11, 2018

Here is @roxit and @cryptojuice's commits:

@roxit: acd882c (doc update), 992a50c (loading detached)

@cryptojuice 2ea1366 (typo)

Last call 😆 It's been a couple of months and I want to release MIT. If you're willing to license your commits MIT, please respond here.

If there's no response, this license change can't wait forever, I may revert them and/or rewrite them licensed under MIT.

tony added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 12, 2018
This reverts commit 992a50c, a
BSD-licensed commit blocking #264, conversion to MIT.

See also:
#264 (comment)
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@tony tony commented Mar 12, 2018

One of the code changes from @roxit, @cryptojuice's weren't revertable (findable) from master, so it looks like we're good to do the switch!

#363 merged. Updating LICENSE now.

@tony tony closed this in a6cc92e Mar 12, 2018
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@tony tony commented Mar 12, 2018

1.4.0 is released.

We're MIT. 🎉

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@kageurufu kageurufu commented Mar 12, 2018

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@Ilyes512 Ilyes512 commented Mar 12, 2018

Nice! (but it took 10 months...wow. I wonder if asking permission was really necessary, besides being a nice thing to do)

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