[jdev] jabber localization project?

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Aug 20 11:18:57 CDT 2008

Sander Devrieze wrote:
> 2008/8/20 Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>:
>> Lastwebpage wrote:
>>> my two cents...
>>> I am not an expert in this license things,
>>> but I know that some license influence the source, the work and the
>>> destination.
>>> Let's assume this localization project use license A, but the client
>>> use license B. there must not any license violations between A and B.
>>> I have no idea if all license allow this.
>> If it's in the public domain, anyone can use it for any reason with any
>> license (the public domain is not viral). Another possibility is the MIT
>> License or a BSD-style license. Those are as open as possible without being
>> public domain.
> Why not simply setting up some kind of a dictionary system? There is
> nothing illegal about copying a translation found in a dictionary...

We have two things:

1. Definitions of all these terms. For that we might be able to borrow 
from ninjawords, thefreedictionary.com (their terms of use look too 
restrictive to me), or wiktionary, for example:




2. Our recommended translations of those English terms into other languages.

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