Commit d50176ef authored by eric's avatar eric

License for Python code from aGPL to GPL because we based our code

on Sofian Benaissa’s GPL licensed django-etherpad-lite.
parent 373dd043
The contents of this repository are ©
osp member a, osp member b, osp member c, osp member d
for OSP Open Source Publishing
Sofian Benaissa, Eric Schrijver, Samuel Rivers-Moore, Stéphanie Vilayphiou,
Alexandre Leray, Ludivine Loiseau
unless noted otherwise.
As the copyright holders, we open up these materials for your to use if you
......@@ -15,12 +15,11 @@ modify and redistribute our materials, and that you are also allowed to make
money doing so. You have to, however, redistribute your own variants under
the same license. This means that the ecology of sharing is stimulated.
All code written in programming languages is licensed under the Affero GPL
v3. This is a variant of the GPLv3 copyleft license, that makes sure that
deploying your code online also counts as distribution, and thus, as an
incentive to re-share your modified code.
All code written in programming languages is licensed under the
GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation,
either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Consult the Affero GPL v3 online:
All texts written in natural languages, and all drawings and visual designs,
are dual licensed under the Free Art License 1.3 and Creative Commons
......@@ -29,11 +28,14 @@ Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported.
- The Free Art License, because we feel that the spirit of it is beautiful
and simple seems the closest to the way we think creation can be shared.
- Creative Commons, because a lot of people take part in this ecosystem.
If you modify our work, you are free to license your version under either of
them (or both).
Consult the Free Art License online:
All original typefaces are licensed under the SIL Open Font License. This
copyleft license is the first license written specifically for fonts. If we
base our font on an existing font, we reutilise the original license. The
Web platform, initially for the OSP 2013 Summerschool bearing this name.
Simple collaborative web platform, initially developed for the OSP 2013 Summerschool
bearing this name.
......@@ -10,7 +11,14 @@ is structured as a wiki where each page constitutes an Etherpad.
The pad is available to logged in users (‘write-mode’).
The text of the pad is available to everyone (‘read-mode’).
The integration between Django and Etherpad is based on <> is a shell for an Etherpad installation hosted on the same domain.
This integration is based on Sofian Benaissa’s bridge between Django and Etherpad,
originally created for THINK WE MUST/CON-VOCATION a performance during Promiscuous
Infrastructures entrelacées, an exhibition by the collective Artivistic at SKOL.
- <>
- <>
- <>
- - -
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