[meta-freescale] [fsl-community-bsp-base][PATCH v3] setup-environment: Update pre-EULA language to support older licenses.
Lauren.Post at freescale.com
Tue Jun 9 20:32:08 PDT 2015
I checked with our lawyer again today and she thinks the wording is clear and is not willing to make further changes.
I have presented your request to her but I'll have to stick with the current wording.
If there is any confusion, the EULA is more detailed.
From: otavio.salvador at gmail.com [mailto:otavio.salvador at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Otavio Salvador
Sent: Monday, June 08, 2015 11:33 AM
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Subject: Re: [meta-freescale] [fsl-community-bsp-base][PATCH v3] setup-environment: Update pre-EULA language to support older licenses.
On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 11:51 AM, Lauren Post <lauren.post at freescale.com> wrote:
> Some legacy packages will contain older versions of licenses. This language
> explains that the conflict in license should use the license in package.
> v3: Changed language to avoid confusion with open source
This should be below --- so it is not part of the commit log.
> Signed-off-by: Lauren Post <lauren.post at freescale.com>
> setup-environment | 14 +++++++++++---
> 1 file changed, 11 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
> diff --git a/setup-environment b/setup-environment index
> 7034cc5..24ee678 100755
> --- a/setup-environment
> +++ b/setup-environment
> @@ -186,9 +186,17 @@ fi
> if [ "$EULA" = "ask" ]; then
> cat <<EOF
> -Some BSPs depend on libraries and packages which are covered by
> Freescale's -End User License Agreement (EULA). To have the right to
> use these binaries in -your images, you need to read and accept the following...
> +Proprietary and third party software is subject to agreement and
> +compliance with, Freescale's End User License Agreement. To have the
> +right to use these binaries in your images, you must read and accept the following terms.
This part looks fine for me.
> +there are conflicting terms embedded in the software, the terms
> +embedded in the Software will control.
I would drop this.
> +In all cases, open source software is licensed under the terms of
> +the applicable open source license(s), such as the BSD License,
> +Apache License or the GNU Lesser General Public License. Your use of
> +the open source software is subject to the terms of each applicable
> +license. You must agree to the terms of each applicable license, or you cannot use the open source software.
I think a guard is missing here. Something like:
... and by no means the use of the open source software can negate or override a rule included in the Freescale's End User License Agreement (EULA).
The lawyer certainly can provide a more elaborated text but making it clear seems to be good.
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