ghostwriter is ready for your review
megan.conkle at kdemail.net
Tue Oct 18 09:12:20 BST 2022
It appears I made a very serious mistake listing the cmark-gfm license
as AAL. Unfortunately, that code's included COPYING file did not
explicitly list the licenses, and I was guessing it was AAL. The good
news is that I was wrong. It looks like it is BSD 2. I have pushed an
update to fix this. The cmark-gfm COPYING file is under
3rdparty/cmark-gfm in case you want to verify that I got it right this
Thank you for catching this issue!
On 10/18/22 00:26, Christophe Giboudeaux wrote:
> On jeudi 13 octobre 2022 08:52:26 CEST Megan wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> The /ghostwriter/ Markdown editor has finally hatched from its
>> incubation and is ready for you to review at your convenience.
>> Project repo: https://invent.kde.org/office/ghostwriter
> https://invent.kde.org/office/ghostwriter/-/blob/master/LICENSES/AAL.txt looks
> problematic, not only because it's not listed on https://community.kde.org/
> - Where is this license used?
> - Does the sources comply with the first clause? Except providing the GPG
> signature for the license file, I don't see any other way to ship it "in a
> verifiable form"
> - Does ghostwriter comply with the second clause?
> « each time the resulting executable program or a program dependent thereon is
> launched, a prominent display (e.g., splash screen or banner text) of the
> Author's attribution information, which includes:
> (a) Name ("AUTHOR"),
> (b) Professional identification ("PROFESSIONAL IDENTIFICATION"), and
> (c) URL ("URL").
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