This is my first question in this forum so please accept my apology if I did not comply with the expected rules. I am starting as a developper and I am interested in using the code proposed by Tim Hall in VBA-JSON v2.3.1 that I found at "https://github.com/VBA-tools/VBA-JSON".
I went through the MIT Licence information and that seems to be fine even if I package this code in a product that I later sell. However, when I look at the notice in the code I found that there is another licence in it (Based originally on vba-json (with extensive changes)) and after reading (https://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause) it seems all fine; however there is no mention of the terms "All right reserved". But in the code of the ".bas" file before the notice from the BSD-3-Clause there is this mention:
Copyright (c) 2013, Ryo Yokoyama All rights reserved.
In this context, what does "All rights reserved" means? Do I have the right to include this library into another product, and sell it, if I respect the clause of the BSD 3 Clause or do I need I need to get an express authorization from Ryo Yokoyama?
I read several articles from this forum discussing the issue around the term "All right reserved" but I am still confused. Thanks in advance for your help.