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Re: ODOO 8 and ODOO 9 Themes - Licenses!by
Ygol InternetWork, Yves Goldberg
- Thank you Eric,
- If a customer contract the enterprise licensing and thus use the v9 Enterprise's modules and after few years decide to not renew it. Does he has to stop using those modules?
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From: Caudal Eric <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Community <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: ODOO 8 and ODOO 9 Themes - Licenses!
Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2015 10:38:27 -0000
You can fully use v9 community edition as open source and even fork it knowing that you will have to keep the LGPL license for the code belonging to Odoo sa.
On Sat, Dec 19, 2015 at 5:20 PM <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
So as you said Eric, for those who wants to stay within open code we have to stay on V8, fork or find ourselves another solution but it is not clear how we can continue in the new ecosysyem started with V9.Did I got this right?--Yves Goldberg------- Original message -----From: Caudal Eric <email@example.com>To: Community <firstname.lastname@example.org>Subject: Re: ODOO 8 and ODOO 9 Themes - Licenses!Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2015 08:18:27 -0000Andreas,You cite several texts without sources like people thinking the Holy scriptures ARE gods words... when they are only an interpretation from witnesses.Here is the license: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl.htmlNowhere it says that you have to serve the code in the server you use or anything alike. Here is what it says:> The GNU Affero General Public License is designed specifically toensure that, in such cases, the modified source code becomes availableto the community. It requires the operator of a network server toprovide the source code of the modified version running there to theusers of that server. Therefore, public use of a modified version, ona publicly accessible server, gives the public access to the sourcecode of the modified version.That's all: the rest is mere interpretation that wont hold in court.Another thought: I highly respect Jay and his work and I think we should stop asking why he had to remove the theme. He probably had to do it for good reasons that might be simply he accidentally used some piece of code that was copyrighted.My point is: this polemic around this theme is non sense as we dont know the reasons and they might actually be valid.Last but not least, I work with the OCA but highly respect the work of Odoo. I do think that there is room for both AGPL alternative and a the current offer from Odoo. Current situation with OCA and Odoo is fruitful for both world.Actually, you do not have to buy the Enterprise Edition, you dont even have to use the LGPL community edition v9, if you want it full AGPL ERP, I recommend you to fork from v8, gather a community and continue the maintenance in AGPL.But please stop flooding this mailing list with populism or demagogic mails.On Sat, Dec 19, 2015 at 3:35 PM Fabien Bourgeois <email@example.com> wrote:Le 19/12/2015 08:02, James Fox a écrit : > *Thus we need a clearly and unequivocal statement from Odoo SA as to > whether theme modules are required to be licensed under AGPL/LGPL or if > you can make up whatever license you like.* I'm pretty sure that, for Odoo v8 and AGPL, all modules and themes must be published under a compatible license. If you have an access to the theme, like a demo or the current live preview into the store, you must have access to the source code, thanks to the AGPL and the network redistribution already mentioned. Wordpress and Drupal are clear about that : https://www.drupal.org/about/licensing#q7 And no, loading code into database doesn't allow to bypass the GPL. It's still a derivative work (which need AGPL code to run). -- Yaltik, libérez votre système informatique Fabien BOURGEOIS Tél : 06.52.81.69.84 / 04.58.14.04.75 Fax : 04.58.14.04.72 401 avenue de Lyon, 73000 CHAMBÉRY--
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