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Re: [9.0c] Gant Charts and Forcast Planning for Projects, Versioning, VoIP, System Signing, Inter Company and other since Version 9 Enterprise only stuff.
Re: [9.0c] Gant Charts and Forcast Planning for Projects, Versioning, VoIP, System Signing, Inter Company and other since Version 9 Enterprise only stuff.by
According to your disclaimer, we should destroy all your emails from this mailing list. Do you really want us to do that?
Every one who answers and quote your emails violates your disclaimer by distributing your content. By writing to a public mailing list with online archives, you also violates your own disclaimer.
May I suggest you to remove your disclaimer?
PS: a photo of yourself playing violin as a signature is a bit freaking too, but that's a totally subjective opinion.
Does the OCA has a speaker or something like that who could simply contact the author and see if they can grant the OCA a permission to use it - with a written agreement that that module will stay under AGPL i.e. but can be used in Odoo 9 (which is LGPL v.3)People are there to talk to each other and agree with each other. Give it a try from an official site so that it would come back to the community which would also give them much more benefits too as more people would use it and perhaps than will have a look also to their other editions.or is there any other script which could simply replace that one - perhaps with even more features ;-)I think it will make a difference if somebody from ODOO S.A. with tons of license changes in the past would ask them or somebody from OCA with a proven record to stay Free Open Source also in future.On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 1:11 AM, Olivier Dony <email@example.com> wrote:On 02/05/2016 06:42 PM, Johan Van Hirtum wrote: > Strictly speaking GPL v2 is not compatible with GPL v3 ( Odoo ), but it’s clear > from the text on their site, DHX as author has no problem when you use it in > any GPL licensed product ( Odoo v8, AGPL // Odoo v9 community, LGPL ). Unfortunately no, it's not clear on their website. > They mean ‘GPL v2 or a later version’, otherwise they would speak of a ‘with GPL v2 > compatible GPL-licensed project’. Nope, they do mean 'GPLv2' in the strict sense, not 'GPLv2 or later'. At least that's what they told us last time we asked them directly. They never explained why, though.
[9.0c] Gant Charts and Forcast Planning for Projects, Versioning, VoIP, System Signing, Inter Company and other since Version 9 Enterprise only stuff.byAndi Becker