r3090 - packages/mbsystem/trunk/debian
hamish-guest at alioth.debian.org
hamish-guest at alioth.debian.org
Sun Jun 2 08:34:28 UTC 2013
Date: 2013-06-02 08:34:27 +0000 (Sun, 02 Jun 2013)
New Revision: 3090
update copyright statement
--- packages/mbsystem/trunk/debian/copyright 2013-06-02 08:11:25 UTC (rev 3089)
+++ packages/mbsystem/trunk/debian/copyright 2013-06-02 08:34:27 UTC (rev 3090)
@@ -1,4 +1,98 @@
+MB-System Copyright (C) 1993-2013 by
+David W. Caress (caress at mbari.org)
+ Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
+ Moss Landing, CA 95039
+Dale N. Chayes (dale at ldeo.columbia.edu)
+ Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
+ Palisades, NY 10964mbbackangle.manl
+All Rights Reserved.
+All Wrongs Remembered.
+For the full text of the GPLv3 see /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-3
+The MB-System source code is distributed under the GNU General Public
+License (version 3) as formulated by the Free Software Foundation. Early
+MB-System distributions were described as "public domain", which meant
+there was no restriction whatsoever on the use of the code. For over a
+decade we have adopted the more restrictive GNU GPL license in order to
+insure that anyone who distributes software based in whole or in part on
+MB-System also distributes the modified MB-System source code and any
+additional source code.
+The GNU GPL also prohibits the distribution of proprietary executables
+linked with MB-System libraries unless the source code is also distributed.
+We waive this restriction on distributing proprietary compiled programs for
+specific software products if and only if those software products meet the
+following two conditions:
+ 1) The software product was created, sold, and delivered to customers
+using source code derived from MB-System release 4.6 distributions.
+ 2) The software product was sold and delivered to customers prior to
+January 1, 2001.
+Acknowledgment of Source Code Derived From Other Sources
+The MB-System distribution includes some source code derived from packages
+that are distributed separately and have been authored by programmers other
+than the MB-System team. This includes:
+ - The Generic Sensor Format (GSF) library source located in
+mbsystem/src/gsf. The GSF package is distributed by the Science
+Applications International Corporation under contract to the Naval
+ - The SURF API (SAPI) library source located in mbsystem/src/surf. The
+SAPI package has been released under the GNU General Public License by
+ - The MR1PR library source located in mbsystem/src/mr1pr. This package has
+been openly released by the Hawaii Mapping Research Group.
+ - The PROJ.4 library source located in mbsystem/src/proj. This package was
+originally developed by Gerald Evenden of the United States Geological
+Survey, and is now maintained and distributed under an MIT license (that is
+very close to public domain) by Frank Warmerdam in association with the
+Open Source Geospational Foundation
+ - The mb_mergesort() function found in mbsystem/src/mbio/mb_esf.c derives
+from the GNU-Darwin Distribution. This code is released under both the
+Apple Public Source License Version 1.1 and the BSD license, with original
+copyright by the Regents of the University of California.
+The MB-System software package does not come with any warranties, nor is it
+guarenteed to work on your computer or to do anything useful. The user
+assumes full responsibility for the use of this software. In particular,
+David W. Caress, Dale N. Chayes, the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of
+Columbia University, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, or any
+other individuals or organizations involved in the design and maintenance
+of the MB-System software package are NOT responsible for any damage that
+may follow from correct or incorrect use of these programs.
+This package was debianized by M. Hamish Bowman, Depts. of Geology and
+Marine Science, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
+Debian packaging (c) 2010-2013 the MB-System Development Team and the
+DebianGIS project under the same terms as the MB-System source package.
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