[horde] License Issue

Rob Brandt bronto at csd-bes.net
Mon May 5 09:53:19 PDT 2003

Yes, then that does sound like he needs to stick to GPL.


Quoting Chuck Hagenbuch <chuck at horde.org>:

> Quoting Rob Brandt <bronto at csd-bes.net>:
> > If however his code simply makes URL calls to horde, then takes the html
> > output, parses it, then modifies the resulting links and converts them in
> > to links that point back to his module, then it is not really a dirivitive
> > work of Horde.  Nor would it be accessing any of the functions or APIs of
> > Horde.  TO get it to work as a Xoops module, it may need to do that with
> > Xoops, but that's an issue for him to take up with them.
> It's more like a crude version of a patch than anything - modified files
> that you have to put over the originals in an IMP tarball, that you have to
> then combine with a working Horde install, etc. It doesn't do anything like
> what you describe above.
> -chuck
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