Firefox 1.5 source build gives me Deer Park Alpha2!
jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Dec 6 11:26:57 PST 2005
Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
> I would think the licenses here would apply:
Specifically, from this page, http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/mpl-faq.html:
" I want to distribute Mozilla (or other MPL-covered code) that I have
compiled myself but not changed. What do I have to do?
* add a conspicuous notice stating where to find the exact
source to the binary you are distributing [3.6]
(Note: if you are compiling a Mozilla-like package, this may
be already included, e.g. in about:.)
* if your documentation has a section dealing with licensing or
the recipient's rights to the code, put a copy of the MPL in it. [3.5]
You may distribute any binaries you create under a license of your
choosing, as long as it doesn't interfere with the recipients' right to
the source under the MPL [3.6].
You may require a Mozilla Foundation trademark license if you wish
to use Mozilla Foundation trademarks (e.g. the Firefox name or logo)."
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