Subject: Re: "For Approval:" oxGLODE
From: Ernest Prabhakar <prabhaka@apple.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 14:14:57 -0800

Hi Dave,

Hmm.   Do you speak French?  I'm afraid the language barrier may be  
too much for us, but perhaps someone could offer you advice in your  
native language.

It sounds like you have a project  "oxGLODE" where you want to use  
either the Mozilla or ODE license. If so, then this probably isn't  
the best forum for advice, then, since license-discuss is about  
approving *new* licenses for Open Source.

If you let us know your native language, perhaps we can suggest some  
appropriate forums that might be easier for you to get help at.

Sorry,
-- Ernie P.



On Mar 15, 2005, at 2:06 PM, Dave Gravel wrote:

> Section: 1
> oxGLODE is a Delphi component.
> And it not have licence in the moment.
> I like to have a Mozilla Public License 1.1 (MPL)  or similar to  
> protect my work and to get all modification code on it from other  
> users.
> Section: 2
> oxGLODE use ODE and GLScene.
> But with ode it just use the dll I not have modify the code part.
> Here it is the ODE licence.
> I have read the ode licence and if I add all licence information of  
> ODE with my project all is ok.
> http://ode.org/ode-license.html
> With GLScene my component just use some 3D objects to make the ODE  
> objects visible in 3D.
> GLScene is released to the public as open-source under Mozilla  
> Public Licence.
> http://glscene.sourceforge.net/features.htm
> I have talk to the creator and the he say me if I get a MPL licence  
> it is not suposed to make problem to other licences.
> I have take a look in all licences and I not see any incompatible  
> parts on it.
> Section: 3
> N/A oxGLODE not have licence in the moment.
> Sorry my english.
> Thanks.