recently I’m writing a library in ClojureScript where I’m using the glögi library for logging. However, I noticed that it is licensed under Mozilla Public License 2.0 while Clojure/ClojureScript (and most other Google Closure wrappers like cljs-http) are EPL-licensed (Eclipse Public License).
My questions are:
- Can my library be released under EPL? It will refer to MPL-licensed glögi as a dependency.
- At some point I’d like to create an application for Android where I use my library from point 1. This time, the binary for Android will contain code of the MPL-licensed glögi. Can I release such application under EPL as well?
Any help appreciated. I don’t have much experience with open source licensing and I don’t want to put users of my library in a situation where there is a problem with choosing an open source license for the target project.