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Software Nemesys: sarà open source ma non EUPL

Nemesys sarà open source, ma non in EUPL. Verrà infatti licenziato in GPL.

A precisarlo è stato il Dott. Sebastiano Trigila della Fondazione Ugo Bordoni (FUB), in risposta alla richiesta di informazioni rivolta pochi giorni addietro.

Nella risposta, tuttavia, non viene chiarito il motivo della scelta in ordine alla GPL rispetto alla EUPL.

Fabio Bravo


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