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A project log for SecSavr Sol^2 [gd0045]

I've wanted to make a slicer since 2019. The SecSavr [gd0036] presented a solid reason.

kelvinAkelvinA 05/18/2022 at 19:302 Comments

I have just watched 

and the intial takeaway I had was at time 29:54 where he talked about licencing. He's putting everything under a Creative Commons Attribution license where he asks for his logo to be visible if a company sells it. I've been thinking about licensing pathways for the overall SecSavr project and a big part of it was the potential slicer I'd need to develop. I've got logos of my own and it makes sense to use them, and I also want to follow in MatterControl's footsteps, so that's 2 : 0 for [Permissive licenses] VS GPL v3.

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Daniel Grace wrote 05/18/2022 at 23:01 point

Is there something specifically in v3 that you would want over v2? For a lot of people v3 has a bad stigma (even though in some specific cases the controversial parts don't apply). If you did wind up going GPL, it might be wise to stick to v2 unless you had a specific reason for 3.

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kelvinA wrote 05/19/2022 at 16:01 point

It just seemed that GPL v3 was the most popular, meaning that there was a higher chance that some open source code would require a GPL v3 license than another one. Other than that, I'm just weighing my options against GPL in general.

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