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29 Oct 2018
21:30:55@fladd:matrix.orgFlorian changed their profile picture.
30 Oct 2018
12:17:14@lindemann09:matrix.orgOliver** HAPPY BIRTHDAY EXPYRIMENT ** Today the Expyriment project is 9 years old. The first commit of Expyriment was 30 October 2009: https://code.google.com/archive/p/expyriment/source/default/commits?page=12
12:23:37@fladd:matrix.orgFlorianExciting! Has it been so long already?!
12:25:16@lindemann09:matrix.orgOliverNext year, we should celebrate the 10th anniversary.
13:16:03@fladd:matrix.orgFlorianFor sure!
7 Nov 2018
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4 Dec 2018
03:01:05@malte_:matrix.org@malte_:matrix.orgNaive question. If I publish an experiment building on expyriment on github, would you consider this a GPLv3 derivative and thus also subject to GPLv3, or could I publish it under MIT, let's say?
07:05:30@fladd:matrix.orgFlorian If you don't publish any parts of the Expyriment code itself there (meaning you leave it to your users to install Expyriment themselves before they can use your script) then it's of course fine.
07:17:27@lindemann09:matrix.orgOliverDependences do not affect the license.
14:33:33@malte_:matrix.org@malte_:matrix.orgThanks! I've just read so many different interpretations of the GPLv3, and some seem to say that this is not okay and some do, so I thought I would check with you first. :)
15:40:51@lindemann09:matrix.orgOliverNo, it is not a matter of the licence. The question is: Do you publish code of others or not? I do not see any reason to re-publish code. Why?
15:41:13@lindemann09:matrix.orgOliverAnd if your code only depends on other code, it is irrevant totally irrelevant what the licence of the other code.
15:58:11@fladd:matrix.orgFlorianI think what you read about Malte, is when distributing binary versions of software that had a dependency on some GPL library at runtime. For instance, if you decide to make an .exe programme out of your experiment which is build using Expyriment, then this would (by some interpretation of the GPLv3) not be okay, because what you would distribute (the .exe) would not have been possible to be created withtout Expyriment. However, if you are just distributing your own script, which interacts with Expyriment (e.g. the user has to have Expyriment installed, otherwise your script will not work), then this is not regarded as a derivative work (not even by the FSF). See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_General_Public_License#Linking_and_derived_works
18:04:41@malte_:matrix.org@malte_:matrix.orgFor someone who hardly ever makes executables, this is tough stuff. Thanks to both of you for clarifying!
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