Jeff, The redistribution and usage rights are stated in the paragraph that's before the numbered conditions: "Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:" In other words, you can do whatever you want providing you meet the numbered conditions. This license is the standard "3-clause BSD license" with the addition of an anti-software-patent clause. > Steve (or whomever), > > Apologies but I'm still a bit uncertain. I looked at the COPYRIGHT file and > item #4 starts with "This license shall ... . " yet I'm still uncertain of > the details of the license. > > Items #1 and #2 discuss keeping the COPYRIGHT with the code. Item #3 says > that Unidata doesn't endorse anything. But I don't see anything about the > ability usage rights or redistribution rights (can we make money if we > resell?), etc. I was hoping for a license statement like GPLv2 or Apache or > something like that. > > Unfortunately, Amazon can be real sticklers about the license of applications > so that's why I'm asking so many questions (thanks for the patience). > > Thanks! > > Jeff Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: JBM-625382 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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