Re: helix setup tools?

> Now that Mozilla is dual-licensed, this shouldn't happen, isn't it ?

If you want to combine work, you have to agree on the relicensing, or
you can not reincorporate the code.

> I maybe wrong here, but this seems to be a
> good solution for me. It also solves the case of Helix Code being
> bought by some less-ethical corporation, in which case the FSF could
> claim property of at least a part of the code and prevent this code to
> be proprietarized.

If Helix is bought by a less-ethical corporation, the existing code
base would still be licensed under the GPL.


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