Again, if you don’t want to participate in a discussion, you are free to NOT participate, NO ONE is forcing you. I’m not sure why you try to moderate this form as if you are it’s owner…
I also find it odd say you “I think most people are aware of licenses” and then get some good information you didn’t know about from pspeed. Maybe just sit back, relax, and enjoy the convo, and hope you can learn something.
It seems you have some sort of issue with my posts, or with me in general, which is odd since I thought you were a very awesome person, before you started to personally attack me. If you CAN NOT act nice towards me, please refrain from replying to me, because this will save us both time, and frustration. Thank you.
As for this, I think the licensing information is important, it doesn’t matter how many times we talk about it, it’s important to know, and understand. Unless you have read each license, and understand it 100% within the law, then it’s something that should be talked about, especially all the time.
I posted all of the license information here, because it was asked, and because it’s important to know, since it was asked to be included into JME.
@pspeed once again thank you for your knowledge on all things licenses .
You make an interesting point about the “Unreal Engine,” but say “use the Unreal Engine code” so that doesn’t mean using the engine itself to create something, but the code itself?
I ask because I see the BSD license for JMonkey, so is that for the “IDE” or for the code itself, or both? Are there separate licenses for each? I’m asking, because I assume one could build JME themselves, and use their own IDE, for instance Netbeans?