[jdev] J2ME client

Denis O'Brien l33t.m3 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 17 12:05:22 CST 2006

Ok, thanks but I'm still looking for a good J2ME client...

On 12/17/06, Tomasz Sterna <tomek at xiaoka.com> wrote:
> Dnia 17-12-2006, nie o godzinie 12:55 +0100, Michal 'vorner' Vaner
> napisał(a):
> > Or you can make a derived work and if it is BSD, then the derived work
> > can be any licence.
> Not exactly true.
> Even in derived work, you have to obey the license conditions of the
> work you derive from. You may extend it further, but cannot change, or
> remove any requirements. Only the copyright holder can make changes.
> Example:
> If there is an "advertising clause" in the BSD-like license you derive
> from, you cannot restrict it to GPL, because GPL especially forbids
> inserting advertising clauses.
> There are a few more caveats, when you want just to take BSD-like
> licensed code and make it GPL.
> That's why there is GNU-TLS rewritten from scratch instead of taking
> BSD-like licensed OpenSSL and changing its license.
> That's why Linux TCP/IP stack was implemented from scratch instead of
> taking a very good one from *BSD and putting it into the Linux kernel
> while changing license.
> etc.
> --
> Tomasz Sterna
> Xiaoka Grp.  http://www.xiaoka.com/

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