[Bf-committers] Blender 2.69 testbuild1 AHOY
irieshinsuke at yahoo.co.jp
Wed Sep 25 09:15:52 CEST 2013
I understand the Carve is OK, but the font license issue is still
unresolved. The DejaVu fonts must be distributed as separate files
in the same way as the international fonts to avoid the GPL violation.
Tamito-san, did you ask anyone to create the line style icon?
13/09/25, Sergey Sharybin wrote:
> We're using GPLv2+ for our own code and we stick to this. However, it
> doesn't mean release archive is to be released under exact the same
> license. We're fine if release archive is licensed with GPLv3, which makes
> it possible to use Apache2.0 license.
> Also no issue with Carve. We've contacted Tobias Sargeant and he's totally
> fine with Carve being distributed under GPLv2.0+. He's working on
> contacting all other Carve developers before updating LICENSE file and
> headers in the source files.
> On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 11:46 AM, IRIE Shinsuke <irieshinsuke at yahoo.co.jp>wrote:
>> Two months ago I've pointed out that the DejaVu fonts embedded in the
>> blender executable violate the GPL:
>> In the testbuild1, however, the license violation remains unresolved...
>> Also, as far as I know, Carve is still distributed under the GPLv2 that
>> conflicts with the Apache 2.0 license and the GPLv3.
>> Will the v2.69 be released without resolving the license issues??
>> BTW, an icon for Freestyle line style is still not in blender_icons.svg,
>> so improper icons are shown in the Outliner and so on.
>> Does anyone have a plan to create the line style icon?
>> IRIE Shinsuke
>> 13/09/24, Sergey Sharybin wrote:
>>> We're entering BCon4 stage and it is now time for first testbuild.
>>> Information for platform maintainers:
>>> - Build from trunk SVN revision 60355
>>> - Addons revision 4768
>>> - Locale revision 2274
>>> Keep usual naming and put builds to usual place :)
>>> Also a reminder: only fixes are allowed now, also don't update interface
>>> strings unless it's really needed (changing UI strings breaks
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