Re: GPL vX or later issue


On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 10:08 PM, Don Armstrong <don@...> wrote:
n Tue, 09 Nov 2010, dmg wrote:
But from a modeling point of view, I see the statement "any newer
version of the license" as a licensing statement that gets
conjuncted to the GPL. In other words, the license is the
concatenation of the clauses of the GPL plus the "any newer version
of the license".
No, it's not. GPLv3 and v2 conflict with each other, so a license
which is the conjunction of both v2 and v3 is nonsensical. There's a
reason why the full language of the recommended licensing clause for
GPL'ed works is
you are misreading my clause. When I say "any newer version" it
means I give you the choice to use any newer version.
Just that. The license is the concatenation of the GPL license plus
this statement.



Daniel M. German

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