Subject: Re: change cakephp MIT license to GPL?
From:김계현 <ghkim@daou.co.kr>
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2008 16:33:31 +0900 (KST)

Sun, 26 Oct 2008 16:33:31 +0900 (KST) WINiPMail Mail

Dear everybody,

 

>> ** Cakephp 1.2 RC3 -> MIT
>> ** My code (views, controllers, models etc) -> GPL?
>> ** Some code with LGPL (tcpdf, for example TinyMCE)

 

I am studying open source licenses and I am translating the licenses from english to korean.

I understand compatibility of open source licenses as follows.

 

MIT --> LGPL 2.1 or GPL

LGPL 2.1 --> GPL

 

MIT + LGPL 2.1 --> MIT or LGPL 2.1

   when MIT + Your code (separate) LGPL 2.1 --> MIT

   when MIT + Your code (together) LGPL 2.1 --> LGPL 2.1

MIT + GPL --> GPL

LGPL 2.1 + GPL --> GPL

 

MIT + LGPL 2.1 + GPL --> GPL

 

 

I am studying LGPL 3.0 and english.

Thanks and Regards,

Gye hyun kim

 

 

 
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From: pepejose <dynamix66@hotmail.com>
Sent: Thu Oct 23 22:49:47 KST 2008
To: license-discuss@opensource.org
Subject: change cakephp MIT license to GPL?


hello

I opened this post because I am making an application that I have to release
as open source (I'm not forced to use a specific license)

My situation is as follows:

** Cakephp 1.2 RC3 -> MIT
** My code (views, controllers, models etc) -> GPL?
** Some code with LGPL (tcpdf, for example TinyMCE)

then, which is the best way to publish the application in one package?

diferent licenses?

On the one hand I read that MIT, GPL and LGPL are compatible but on the
other that if I use GPL code in part forces me to use GPL code in all code
... on the other side as section 3 of the LGPL can convert to LPG but i dont
know not changes that I have to do exactly

greetings and thank you very much

PD: forgiveness for my English
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