Cousin Ricky <ric### [at] yahoocom> wrote:
> On 2021-05-10 6:50 PM (-4), Cousin Ricky wrote:
> > The LGPL has been updated to version 3.0. Should we switch to that as a
> > collection? Should we leave it up to the author of the module?
> > ...
> I've been reading more commentary on the LGPL 3 vs. 2.1, well, as much
> as a Web search can get you on such a narrow topic. It seems that the
> main rationale for the GPL/LGPL 3 was to prevent TiVo from de facto
> mooting the right to modify its code. In a nutshell, you are legally
> permitted to modify TiVo's software, but then it will no longer work on
> TiVo's hardware.
I use the GPL v3+ routinely (ie unthinkingly :-)) for everything I "publish".
appreciate that you (too) are not a lawyer, however, questions: should I change
from v3+ to another, eg LGPL? what would be the "real" difference?
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