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Which license to use for PySide2 wheels stored in Bintray?
Fredrik Averpil last edited by Fredrik Averpil
I'm building wheels using Travis CI and AppVeyor in a public Github repository: https://github.com/fredrikaverpil/pyside2-wheels
I'd like to upload those wheels to e.g. Bintray, and I must then specify a license. My Github project is under the MIT license and PySide2 seems to be under LGPL-2.1 license (?):
What would be an appropriate license to use at Bintray?
Right now I've just used LGPL-2.1 since that's what PySide2 has.
@tekojo Can you provide information/direction about that matter ?
I'll ask, don't know off the top of my head. (looks like LGPLv2.1 to me, as that is the file in the folder)
@tekojo that would be great, thanks.
Project lead sick :/
So for now it is LGPLv2.1 but it probably should go with the main Qt licensing (assuming it can be rolled forward to v3 licenses.
I'll find out next week when the lead developer is back for sure.
@tekojo Ok, thanks!
AlexBlasche last edited by
Going forward Pyside2 will have the same license as Qt. We are talking about the LGPLv3, GPLv2+ and commercial licensing. Hope this helps.
The required changes to the git repos will follow in the coming weeks.
Ok thanks, I'm not sure which of those I should be using ... but I guess I'll just keep the GPLv2.1 license for now then.