On Thu, 2013-05-30 at 23:33 -0300, Vinícius dos Santos Oliveira wrote:
I think I'll use the "Tracer" namespace and specify the
the name of the class.
I'm more concerned with what it will be called in the user interface :-)
but what's the name of the algorithm? I couldn't find it in the paper.
What do you guys think about use a more permissive license (LGPLv2.1
and later, MIT, ...) for the library?
Unless you have a need to, stick to GPL and relicense later when you
need to. If someone needs proprietary integration, then it might be
something you can sell or negotiate later.
On Fri, 2013-05-31 at 12:42 +0200, Sebastian Götte wrote:
I do not like the idea of giving away work for commercial
Free and Open Source allows commercial use. I could quite legitimately
sell Inkscape. We don't have a problem with commercial, we have a
problem with proprietary ;-) Allowing anyone to make money from Free
Software is part of the freedom.