Unfortunately, I do have some comments about the proposed
legal statement. This new text uses LGPL 3, whereas I
somehow (perhaps erroneously) was previously under the
impression we were talking about LGPL 2. I don't have
enough experience with LGPL 3 and will have to ask for legal
counsel. I can say that at least one prominent developer
of systems biology software has told me they did not want to
use LGPL 3, although I cannot remember exactly what part
created problems for them.
I'll ask Caltech's intellectual property counsels to advise
me about the possible implications of moving to LGPL 3. I
should be able to find out this coming week.
>> * jsbml is free software: you can redistribute it
>> and/or modify
>> * it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
>> License as
>> published by
>> * the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the
>> License, or
>> * (at your option) any later version.