> If you want to license your code under a different license as well please discuss it on the development list first. If you really must then:
> (a) Please choose a license that
> (i) is already used for code in LibreOffice (so is already in <readlicence.oo/txt/licence.txt>)
Guess what, there is already GPL code in LO.
The standard LO licence is LGPL/MPL.
But it seems Mozilla is also "far from reality" also.
> Q1: What is the Mozilla Public License?
> The MPL is a simple copyleft license.
My patches have been under LGPL/MPL which most people in my "far from reality" consider copyleft. They made it into the LibreOffice 3.5 release. I suspect it's a feature that OOo won't have any time soon - especially considering it was in their bug tracker untouched for 6 years and now they wont touch anything that isn't apache licenced.
But hey, I guess that's just me being "far from reality".