Switched to revised BSD license (2009)
I’ve changed the license on my code/libraries etc. to use the revised BSD License instead of GPL. For those not sure what this means: the GPL license required all users of the libraries to license their apps as GPL too. This would mean that you could not distribute your app without distributing the source code as well – and forget about selling apps on the iphone app store. While I think the GPL is very useful (and necessary) for large open-source projects, I feel it’s a bit too restrictive for the nature of my libraries (small tools), so I used the revised BSD license which allows you to use the libraries and do pretty much whatever you want with the finished apps.
- all the openFrameworks addons at http://code.google.com/p/ofxmsaof/source/browse/#svn/trunk
- the ofxiPhone addon to enable openFrameworks on iPhone
- the MSAFluid library for processing
I’ve changed the license on my code/libraries etc. to use the revised BSD License instead of GPL. For those not sure what […]