[wp-hackers] Plugin license question
Joost de Valk
joost at joostdevalk.nl
Sun Mar 23 22:42:34 GMT 2008
On Mar 23, 2008, at 11:37 PM, Viper007Bond wrote:
> And even if it wasn't, I don't believe there's really anything
> stopping one
> from editing it for their own purposes.
I was planning on re-releasing it though ;) nah, just kiddin'
On another note: these link backs are incredibly annoying, every other
new plugin author seems to feel that just because he hacked a few
lines of code together, he deserves a link back to his site... Would
be good if the wordpress.org rules prevented you from doing that.
> On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Dan Coulter <dan at dancoulter.com>
>> On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 12:55 PM, Joost de Valk
>> <joost at joostdevalk.nl>
>>> A plugin has to be GPL compatible to get into the WordPress.org
>>> repository right? So, if a plugin is in there, and there's no
>>> attached to it, can you safely assume it's GPL?
>> It either has to be GPL or a less restrictive license, like FreeBSD
>> Dan Coulter
>> Hey, I got nothing to do today but smile
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