[Bf-committers] Tomas Havrda asking for a license
markus at chalybeum.de
Fri Oct 18 19:56:13 CEST 2019
I don't know if the people at Skoda are simply to ignorant or take this as an excuse not to use Blender. But where is the problem to write them a simple letter that says:
We confirm that Skoda and everyone else can use Blender for whatever purpose, as long they want and on how many seats they need, according to the GPL.
If it helps to get Blender into Skoda I see no problem a th that. But if everyone is so opposing to the sheer idea of writing a letter to someone, than that's fine with me.
This discussion is somewhat misplaced, here in the commuters list, anyway.
Am 18. Oktober 2019 18:53:31 MESZ schrieb Ankit Meel <ankitjmeel at gmail.com>:
>I also second this. Any other legally ambiguous placed word by Ton
>(Sir) can bring problems as said by Zack.
>This and https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
><https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html> is the only thing the Skoda
>Academy needs to know. There’s no need for company leaders to
>reiterate it in a reply email. Putting the software and its license up
>for download is enough permission.
>Ankit Meel (ankitm)
>> On 18-Oct-2019, at 22:15, Harley Acheson <harley.acheson at gmail.com>
>> All that is required to answer questions about Blender licenses is to
>> them to this page:
>> To expect anything else is simply bizarre. The central problem is an
>> employer that is
>> brain-dead, and the solution to that does not need to involve anyone
>> I wonder how
>> they are doing with getting replies from Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerburg,
>> Bezos, and Santa Claus.
>> Cheers, Harley
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