FYI: the actual licences are all OSD/DFSG
compliant (but not OSI approved due to their
political activity regarding "licence proli-
feration"), except the GNU FDL. Strictly spo-
ken the GNU FDL licenced material is not part
of MirOS, but some (binutils and gcc docs) are
contained within the snapshots (although this
may change in the future).
Our primary licence is the MirBSD Licence,
to be seen at http://mirbsd.de/MirOS-Licence
or in /usr/share/misc/licence-template (and
an overview over licencing is given at
Re: OpenBSD is not 4.4BSD derived
> OpenBSD was split from NetBSD after some
> people couldn't get along, and not
> derived from 4.4BSD. NetBSD is directly
> derived from 4.4BSD.
> - Hubert
I've fixed this in the project description.
OpenBSD is not 4.4BSD derived
OpenBSD was split from NetBSD after some people couldn't get along, and not derived from 4.4BSD. NetBSD is directly derived from 4.4BSD.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.