[Freeswitch-dev] Freeswitch now has Python Support - Ruby better

Brian West brian.west at mac.com
Sun Sep 10 10:07:41 EDT 2006

On Sep 10, 2006, at 8:38 AM, Sergey Kuznetsov wrote:

> My first question:
> When I checked the code last night for the licenses I found that
> libeXosip is a extension to libosip2
> and it's under GPL, but mod_exosip is under MPL. How is it possible to
> use it then?

This is why exosip is going away and mod_sofia is taking its place.

> My second question:
> I was asked to do some research on the feasibility of using FreeSwitch
> in a commercial product.
> My question is:
> If some company will make the modules which is using the FreeSwitch  
> Core
> and interoperates with
> other modules shall that company open the source code of their modules
> or that is not necessary?

The MPL allows this but you are encouraged to open source your  
modules if possible.  But its not a requirement.

> Shall they provide the source code of the rest of the FreeSwitch code
> with the product or they can
> refer to freeswitch.org for the source code?

You don't have too.

> Is it possible to use FreeSwitch code in commercial products at all or
> there is some additional restrictions?

Yep you can and nope their is no additional restrictions.  (Read the  
MPL 1.1)

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