1. 30 Mar, 2022 1 commit
    • Dustin L. Howett's avatar
      all: re-license CrosEC et al to MIT · ba166ff8
      Dustin L. Howett authored
      I don't have line of sight on whether a GPLed kernel-mode driver, with
      required code signing, can be distributed through Windows Update.
      If CrosEC were signed and distributed as part of a system image or
      shipped through Windows Update, a user couldn't necessarily replace it
      with a like-working copy due to code signing without putting their
      device in test mode ... thus restricting a freedom granted by the
      Pursuant to section 6 of the GPL, which includes "...You may not impose
      any further restrictions on the recipients' exercise of the rights
      granted herein." I do not believe that this project *can* function under
      the GPL.
      Anyway, this project is only a derived work of the Chromium EC which is
      also released under the terms of the 3-clause BSD license. It bears a
      passing similarity to the Linux cros-ec-lpcs driver in *function*, but
      not in *form*. This is required for interoperability.
      Signed-off-by: Dustin L. Howett's avatarDustin L. Howett <dustin@howett.net>
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