On Thu, 2011-02-24 at 10:48 +0000, Chris Cannam wrote:
I switched Serd and Sord to 2-clause BSD. Enjoy. The license header is
bigger and uglier and has a bunch of lawyer boiler-plate yelling in it,
which I am not aesthetically please with at all... :)
This made me notice something though: lv2.h itself is LGPL (inherited
from ladspa.h). So, if you're implementing an LV2 host there's
inherently LGPL involved anyway.
I am fully on the pro-GPL card-carrying FSF member team (Affero GPL3 it
all, comrades!), but a decent argument could be made for lv2.h having a
more liberal license, since it just defines an interface which we want
implemented as widely as possible...
That said, I can't think of an actual reason why LGPL complicates
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