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  The EUPL community publishes here (anonymously) some questions submitted to the JOINUP Legal support. Question: A commercial economic operator (company) should be able to adapt sources distr ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 22 August 2012

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The EUPL community publishes here (anonymised) some questions submitted to the JOINUP Legal support. 1)    We want to keep a strong control over the contributions to our software. Assu ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 31 July 2012

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  A new overview on the European Union Public Licence and its impact was presented on 29 March 2012 at the 2nd OSEPA conference in Jihlava (Czech Republic). After remaining the steps leading to ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 16 April 2012

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The Royal Decree 4/2010 implementing the Spanish National Interoperability Framework includes important provisions, especially Articles 16 and 17 related to the reuse and licensing conditions of Publi ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 09 November 2011

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The French “Region Picardie” published on 22 February 2011 a call for implementation, hosting and maintenance of the open source software it had selected: “Lilie” (aimed at secondary schools). Two pro ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 19 October 2011

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This is the current, new (as from 11 august 2011) GNU organisation statement: European Union Public License (EUPL) version 1.1 This is a free software license. By itself, it has a copyleft ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 16 August 2011

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The University of Oxford maintains “OSS-Watch” a public service for higher and further education institutions in the UK. OSS-Watch is funded by the JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee). OSS-Wat ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 05 August 2011

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Why such list or Matrix, while the EUPL has already its own Annex, listing five compatible licences? -          The annex of the EUPL is about downstream c ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 01 August 2011

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Even the Free Software Foundation seems to persist in this wrong interpretation, stating that the EUPL “allows recipients to distribute the work under the terms of other selected licenses, and some of ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 07 June 2011

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The EUPL v1.1 and the GPL V3 are not "directly" legally compatible, even when providing the same freedoms to the users of the covered software. This is mainly because they both request from subsequent ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 11 April 2011

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Incompatibility issues between FOSS (free or open source software) copyleft licences may be resolved through a special agreement with the holder of the proprietary rights to the component to be incorp ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 05 January 2011

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Annex II of the communication is the European Interoperability Framework (EIF v2). The EIF is a recommendation, maintained under the ISA programme, in close cooperation between the Member States ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 16 December 2010

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In line with the previous 2008 edition, this IP summit was mainly focused on patents (the Community Patent, now renamed EU Patent). From the industry point of view, the EU patenting system has made to ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 07 December 2010

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Article 2 of the EUPL states: “The Licensor hereby grants You a world-wide, royalty-free, non-exclusive, sub-licensable licence to do the following, for the duration of copyright vested in the Origin ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 21 October 2010

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The Region specifications state that all received proposals (proprietary or open source) will be evaluated technically and economically as follows: Technical Evaluation Points A Quality an ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 15 October 2010

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One of the important features of the EUPL 1.1 is that a recipient is forced to publish changes if the modified code is used in online services (for example Google docs and similar). Perfect, the advis ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 14 October 2010

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      The Software Framework section of the new booklets of the Interoperability Framework is the most decisive as regards trying to change the existing paradigms, ac ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 28 September 2010

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Matija Šuklje analyses the European Union Public Licence and concludes: The EUPL is a safe choice for your own project. Especially If you are new to the concept of FOSS, I would advise you to check o ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 28 July 2010

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The video highlight the fact 'Open source' is not a dirty word any more in e-government applications and in public administrations. Governments not only use, but also generate and distribute open sour ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 14 July 2010

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  The Government of Malta has published (effective 1st June 2010) its “Open Source Software Directive” The objective of this directive is to guide the implementation of cost-effective and non-d ...

News | Created by Patrice-Emmanuel Schmitz | Published: 07 June 2010

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