[Greasemonkey] Porting to Epiphany

Aaron Boodman zboogs at gmail.com
Sat Apr 23 10:24:05 EDT 2005

It's MPL. Does that work for you? I admit that licensing is not my
strong suit. It's on my list today to make the licensing more explict.

On 4/20/05, Adam Hooper <adamh at densi.com> wrote:
> Hello!
> I'm an Epiphany[1] developer who has a nasty habit of stealing Firefox
> extension ideas. Greasemonkey has lately caught my eye, since I'd really
> like to fix broken web pages once and for all. And it seems logical to
> use the same framework as Firefox, so all Firefox Greasemonkey scripts
> would work with Epiphany.
> I don't think I'd have any trouble code-wise, but I'm slightly worried
> about licensing issues. Epiphany extensions must be licensed under the
> GPL. I've searched for Greasemonkey's licensing terms on its website and
> in its source code, but I haven't found any. How is Greasemonkey
> licensed? Would it be okay for me to write a version for Epiphany in C/C
> ++/Javascript under the GPL, using the Greasemonkey source code as a
> reference?
> Also, I don't want to inspire any negative feelings. If one of the
> Greasemonkey developers doesn't want me to do this port -- for any
> reason whatsoever -- please let me know.
> Please CC me any responses, as I'm not subscribed.
> [1] A Mozilla-based web browser.
> <http://www.gnome.org/projects/epiphany>
> --
> Adam Hooper <adamh at densi.com>
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