These are chat archives for highfidelity/hifi

14th
Sep 2017
Laszlo Fazekas
@TheBojda
Sep 14 2017 18:36
hi! What is the license of worklist? I've found the source code on github, but can I use it in my project? Ty
Nex-Pro
@Nex-Pro
Sep 14 2017 20:57
Guys, on every recent build ( last week or so ) my anti-virus quarantines the domain server when it runs. And now it has decided to delete all downloads of the hifi installer. Is anyone else having this problem ?
Philip Rosedale
@PhilipRosedale
Sep 14 2017 21:10
@TheBojda What do you want to use Worklist for? We didn't intend to open source it - it's our internal tool for project management. But maybe we could figure how to help?
Laszlo Fazekas
@TheBojda
Sep 14 2017 21:13
I'm only thinking on it... It's a great management tool, and it would be useful for other projects...
https://github.com/highfidelity-worklist/worklist - is it not the source code of it? You told it isn't open source.
MiladNazeri
@MiladNazeri
Sep 14 2017 21:45
@TheBojda Thank you for the kind words! It is definitely a very helpful tool we use to engage with a great community of 3rd party developers that help maintain and create new content for such a vast and powerful open-source platform like High Fidelity. Also, thank you for bringing this issue to our attention! We are working to resolve that ambiguity. It should be noted, however, although that repo currently has no specific license mentioned, according to (https://help.github.com/articles/licensing-a-repository/) “without a license, the default copyright laws apply, meaning that you retain all rights to your source code and no one may reproduce, distribute, or create derivative works from your work.”
Laszlo Fazekas
@TheBojda
Sep 14 2017 21:54
Ok. I see. Non-free and open source.
I think it would be nice, if it would be free under GPL, or something like it. Just an idea... :)