[Digikam-users] DNG-RAW to jpeg conversion artifacts
caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 17:09:49 BST 2007
2007/6/5, Stefan Grosse <singularitaet at gmx.net>:
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re:[Digikam-users] DNG-RAW to jpeg conversion artifacts
> From: Luka Renko <lure at kubuntu.org>
> To: digikam-users at kde.org
> Date: 05.06.2007 17:15
> > I would like to point out that dcraw 8.60 is the last version which has
> > license. Newer version have some license restricitions which are
> > use in Debian or Ubuntu (main/universe).
> Well, as I understand the licence as long as you do not change the dcraw
> source its still free to use:
> >/ *If you have not modified dcraw.c in any way, a link to my
> />/ homepage qualifies as "full source code".
> So how comes, if there is discussion, that debian has ufraw 0.11 in
> unstable (it uses dcraw 8.72) ?
Right. and UFRAW changes dcraw.c implemetation. For that the others part of
the license stuff must be applied. Take a look and you will be suprized than
author must be payed...
Also, take a look in UFRAW source code, and you will see than UFRAW team
have changed dcraw implementation header (the license in fact) !!! This is
Luka, like UFRAW do not respect the dcraw.c 8.72 license, why we can see it
in de Debian ?
And the problem is the same with current libsquirel witch include dcraw.c!!!
Important : likdcraw do not change dcraw.c. the file is just copied as
well... So, we respect original licence.
My fast conclusion is : if UFRAW is fine for Debian, well there is no
problem to update libkdcraw using dcraw.c 8.72 (:=))) and the Debian bug
report are dummy...
I'm tired to fight against dummy licensing from open-source. GPL is fine.
That all... If anybody want make money with software, he can do
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