License of the RoBoardIO library

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License of the RoBoardIO library

Post by akay » Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:58 pm

Post by akay
Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:58 pm

Hi,


I want to make some debian packaging for the RoboardIO library. For that purpose and in order to make it public, I would need the license information of the roboard library. It is just stated by RoBoard that it is "open source", but no really license information or copyright.

Right now there is no such thins, as there is no copyright information in the sources. I tried to google it or to find such information in this forum, but I did not found it.

Does anyone of you have any idea on the question ?

best regards.
Hi,


I want to make some debian packaging for the RoboardIO library. For that purpose and in order to make it public, I would need the license information of the roboard library. It is just stated by RoBoard that it is "open source", but no really license information or copyright.

Right now there is no such thins, as there is no copyright information in the sources. I tried to google it or to find such information in this forum, but I did not found it.

Does anyone of you have any idea on the question ?

best regards.
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Re: License of the RoBoardIO library

Post by roboard » Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:44 pm

Post by roboard
Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:44 pm

Hi,

we don't put any license and any limit on RoBoIO library (well, we are lazy on thinking this :p ). RoBoIO's source code and binary files are free for both academic & commercial use; and if you modify RoBoIO's source code, you can publish your modified RoBoIO code with your license.

:)
Hi,

we don't put any license and any limit on RoBoIO library (well, we are lazy on thinking this :p ). RoBoIO's source code and binary files are free for both academic & commercial use; and if you modify RoBoIO's source code, you can publish your modified RoBoIO code with your license.

:)
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