@architect Does the GPLv2 licence in this case limit where you could use it?
Not for work, since the result wouldn't be distributed outside of my team, but possibly for my personal uses. I'd have to review the restrictions of GPLv2 to be sure, but I'm also just more comfortable with permissive licensesin general.
@architect Though generally I'm not a great fan of non-reciprocal licences, I'll admit that for libraries like SSL's, it probably does make more sense to license them with a non-reciprocal licence.
I think the reciprocation is good, and is in everyone's best interests, I'm just not fond of the compulsory approach, or the virality of the GPL. I know people aren't perfect, but I'd rather people contribute back because it benefits them as well, than have them bound by a license to do so.
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