Will FC2 have MySQL 4 ?
ncc-lists at rentokil.com
Wed Feb 25 11:30:13 UTC 2004
My error, but I was working on the assumption that the code / app used was
Am I wrong in thinking that an in-house admin system revolving around BASH
scripts & the mysql / mysqladmin etc would require a GPL or other license?
Or would this App be exempt as it uses other (definately GPL) apps to access
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marian POPESCU" <softexpert at libertysurf.fr>
To: <fedora-list at redhat.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2004 9:49 AM
Subject: Re: Will FC2 have MySQL 4 ?
> You have to put it in the right context:
> The Commercial License is an agreement with MySQL AB for organizations
> do not want to release their application source code. Commercially
> customers get a commercially supported product with assurances from MySQL.
> Commercially licensed users are also free from the requirement of making
> their own application open source.
> When your application is not licensed under either the GPL-compatible Free
> Software License as defined by the Free Software Foundation or approved by
> OSI, and you intend to distribute MySQL software (be that externally to
> customers or internally within your organization), you must first obtain a
> commercial license to the MySQL product.
> Nigel wrote:
> > Hi,,
> > Statement on the MySQL Website;
> > http://www.mysql.com/products/commercial-license.html
> > "
> > a.. If you distribute MySQL Software within your organization, you
> > purchase a commercial license.
> > "
> > Seems fairly clear.
> > Regards,
> > N.
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