Python History and License
Regarding the Python licensing,
Kim is correct. http://python.org/psf/summary/ clearly states that the PSF Python releases are licensed under the stack of licenses. So my statement regarding a particular PSF version being licensed under one and only one license is incorrect for the PSF-related licenses – it is the stack.
If we can get a statement from the PSF saying that the stack license applies regardless of version (even the old CWI versions), then we will only need the stack-license (although it has a “pick whatever applies to your release” nature that is a bit different than what we have been doing). This is a bit different than the Mozilla tri-license where the end user picks . . .
The alternative to listing the stack-license would be to have PSF say on a version by version basis when a stack / stack-subset / individual license applies. Messy – that is the route that I was taking.
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