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Is this copyright/license agreement Octave-compatible

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Is this copyright/license agreement Octave-compatible
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 14:00:00 -0600

On 16-Nov-2007, Josh Rigler wrote:

|    This software may be copied or redistributed as long as it is
|    not sold for profit, but it can be incorporated into any other
|    substantive product with or without modifications for profit or
|    non-profit. If the software is modified, it must include the
|    following notices:
|      * The software is not the original (for protection of the
|        original author's reputations from any problems introduced
|        by others)
|      * Change history (e.g. date, functionality, etc.)
|    This copyright notice must be reproduced on each copy made.
|    This software is provided as is without any express or implied
|    warranties whatsoever.
| For the life of me I don't know why they didn't just follow HDF and 
| NetCDF's lead and write a genuine OSS-compliant license, but it does 
| seem like it addresses the concerns raised by JWE over six years
| ago.

I don't see that it does, since it clearly states that it can't be
sold for profit, which is incompatible with the GPL.


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