Subject: Re: GNU General Public Licence for the dispersion analysis Matlab files (the sim_all.tar file contents).
Date: Monday 29th July 2013 09:46:46 UTC (over 4 years ago)
Hi Edward, I am willing to licence the contents of the sim_all.tar file (located at https://gna.org/support/download.php?file_id=18404) and attached to the task https://gna.org/task/?7712 under the GNU General Public Licence, version three or higher. The code was originally set up in Matlab format by Martin Tollinger and Nikolai Skrynnikov. Nikolai has just recently sent a message where he authorizes that the code (based on his Matlab code) gets released. Martin will do so very soon, too, as he told me. I believe that the modifications that I did on the code date back to 2010-2013, so these are the years to be written in the copyright section. Martin and Nikolai had set up the code earlier, and as the file dates are 2005, this is presumably the date where the code was written. They will give you more precise information about the dates. Paul On 29.07.13 09:20, Edward d'Auvergne wrote: > Hi Paul, > > I would like to incorporate the numeric and Trott & Palmer R1rho > models from your code in the sim_all.tar file. But for this to be > legally possible, you need to release your code under an appropriate > licence. You permanently own the copyright on this Matlab code but, > for it to be used in relax, you must say that you release the code > under the GPLv3+ licence. And you need to give the years you > developed the code. You could do this by responding to this email, > making sure it goes to the mailing list. An email to a archived > public mailing list is a sufficient legal instrument. > > You need to say that you are willing to licence the contents of the > sim_all.tar file (located at > https://gna.org/support/download.php?file_id=18404) and attached to > the task https://gna.org/task/?7712 under the GNU General Public > Licence, version three or higher. You must also give the dates that > your copyrights are for. I can see that the date on all files is > 2005, but you may have started this a few years before that date. You > can copy and paste some of this message for your email. > > Cheers, > > Edward > -- Paul Schanda, Ph.D. Biomolecular NMR group Institut de Biologie Structurale Jean-Pierre Ebel (IBS) 41, rue Jules Horowitz F-38027 Grenoble France +33 438 78 95 55 [email protected] http://www.ibs.fr/groups/biomolecular-nmr-spectroscopy?lang=en