Filed ticket with PeerLibrary devs regarding their licensing: https://github.com/peerlibrary/peerlibrary/issues/713 --Sebboh (talk) 11:56, 23 February 2015 (EST)
At Feb 21 0815 GMT, the maintainer responds.
"[...] we have a disclaimer in our LICENSE file that there might be other licenses at play we are not aware of and that users should check things for themselves if they really want assurance. We are not lawyers and cannot give our users such assurance. [...] We are not saying that we are using anything, but that we might be using something which makes it non-GPL. If somebody cares, they should verify."
Sounds to me like they just put some CYA in there to make sure that other folks like ourselves look before they leap. Not sure how to proceed--IANAL either. --Sebboh (talk) 11:56, 23 February 2015 (EST)
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