Vivaldi license type technology?
I am recommending Vivaldi for one of my world-wide financial client for use by their internal web developers. Before any employee can use Vivaldi on the company’s infrastructure it need to be found safe and approved by the internal security and risk teams. Lots of politics and procedures in large corporate.
One of the information I need to provide is something they call “License Type”: where different license technologies is listed. Other or free is not a valid option.
Some of the options are: MIT, Cryptix, Jython, Antlr, EPL,Apache, BSD, GitHub Enterprise License Version, EUPL European Union Public License, AGPL, the list goes on.
Does anyone know what License Technology Vivaldi is based on?
See page vivaldi://terms
@Gwen-Dragon Thanks. It is not listing what I am after.
The program has no open licence.
If you need information about the used licence of the program please contact https://vivaldi.com/contact/
The source can found at https://vivaldi.com/source/ have a look in a tarball.
Sounds like a good plan. Will take a look at home - not allowed to download until software is approved or accessed.
You can ask at mailto:email@example.com about the EULA and license.
Mogle last edited by Mogle
Thanks, I got an answer. In legal sense of the term Vivaldi and is not licensed under any of the open source licenses like GPL, MIT or any other license agreement plans.
For me, this is a problem. The software then falls under a high risk category, and I will most likely not get it approved for use by my client. I cannot disclose then client, but most of us know very well who we are.
luetage last edited by
@mogle Recommending the use of Vivaldi without sync being released to stable is probably too soon anyway. And yes, I hope most of you know, who you are.... lol.