OPaC Free Public License
|Author||OPaC bright ideas|
|Publisher||1997-1998, OPaC bright ideas|
The OPaC Free Public License (OFPL) is a software license based on the Aladdin Free Public License created by Pierre Arnaud for the distribution of the OPaC Class Library. The OFPL is a copyleft license, in that it requires any work based on OPaC be licensed under the terms of the OFPL.
Pierre Arnaud created the OFPL for OPaC bright ideas.
Software under the OFPL may not be distributed if any payment is made in connection for the distribution, directly or indirectly.
Assent to license
The restriction contained in Section 2(c) of the OFPL reads:
- You must meet all the following conditions with respect to the distribution of any work based on OPaC: . . . (ii) You must cause the Program to be licensed as a whole and at no charge to all third parties under the terms of this License.
- Covered works that are distributed must be accompanied by the source code, or access to it made available. (§2(c)(iv))
- Covered works that are distributed must include a verbatim copy of the license. (§2(c)(v))