I have to say I'm mostly on Hermann's side of the argument here -
On 25 June 2014 22:10, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
in particular I think this is actually one of the most important and
positive features and freedoms of open-source development.
> There's one thing common to the zita-xxxx series (of which you
OTOH you have the right to disown and not have the forked work passed
off as your's. You could keep your code free while limiting the
rights to use the 'zita' mark to your own work, and could potentially
request the various forks use a different name - it's allowed to be
more explicit with that clause within the GPL too in future should you
be persuaded to keep with that license in other respects.
Neil C Smith
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