|Re: [mdt.dev] MoDisco Model Browser Icons usage|
HiYour code presumably provides some kind of license page identifying what license you impose.
You must impose a license otherwise people who like your code and want to re-use it will have to keep asking you if they can. Many companies that like your code will be unable to do so while it has no definitive license. If you want your code to be free, EPL is pretty good.
So on your license page where you say that your code is EPL and consequently all copies must copy your license page, you just identify that certain icons came from Modisco. Look at the about.html in many Eclipse plugins and the license features. Example about.html attached.
Regards Ed Willink On 29/11/2013 13:10, Oliver Libutzki wrote:
Hello everyone, currently I develop an outline view which visualizes the semantic model of Xtext based Ecore models. I really like the MoDisco model browser and would like to reuse some of the icons (especially for references). Do I have to respect any special copyrights or licenses? My code is hosted at GitHub: https://github.com/OLibutzki/xtext.tools Of course the code and the tool itself is available for free. Thanks for your answer. Kind regards Oliver _______________________________________________ mdt.dev mailing list mdt.dev@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/mdt.dev ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2014.0.4259 / Virus Database: 3629/6876 - Release Date: 11/28/13
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