Last edited by mark45; 10-03-2013 at 11:37 AM.
Last edited by Honton; 10-03-2013 at 12:21 PM.
1) You can accept software which can be closed by anyone at any time.As a general rule I accept different levels of restrictions to different kind of software can be beneficial, but asymmetric licensing is always wrong.
2) You can't accept Qt which is LGPL and can be closed by one party only, and if that happens, it automatically becomes 1)
No, I don't understand it because it doesn't make any sense. A neutral observer would get the idea that you are simply trolling, as evidenced by all your "KDE is dying" posts.
Relax people. The MIT licence is probably so Wayland can replace X11 everywhere, including BSDs. I agree that asymmetrical licensing is wrong, but I also agree that Qt is an exception because of the "will become BSD licensed" workaround. Can't we just be happy that the abomination known as X will soon disappear?