[tor-dev] License of TorDNSEL (was: Haskell packages?)
nikita at karetnikov.org
Sat Jun 8 15:58:06 UTC 2013
> There is exactly one such program:
> On the bright side (for you, not for us) TorBEL never replaced it. We
> still use TorDNSEL to generate the exit-addresses files:
I've found out that TorDNSEL is in the public domain (see ). It's
OK, but I'm afraid that my (future) work will be proprietarized .
I'd prefer to relicense the whole thing under the GPLv3+ . So
TorDNSEL will stay free software . What do you think?
If you are OK with that, I'll talk to the FSF  to ensure that
everything is fine. It shouldn't be too hard, but I have some
questions. For instance, will it be OK to remove copyright notices from
sources because the license  says that "the 'Dedicator' [...] hereby
dedicates whatever copyright the dedicators holds in the work of
authorship [...] to the public domain"?
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