I'm creating a short module, which is directly based on the
netrc module in the Python standard library. It's the same module, with some alterations and extensions.
Is my understanding correct that I need to include all the default Python licenses? The PSF one, the BEOPEN one (for Python 2.0), the CNRI one (Python 1.6.1) and the CWI one (versions 0.9.0 to 1.2).
And that the new module is automatically licensed under the standard PSF license? Or is there a way to relicense the module for derivative works, while keeping the old licenses (the four above) with the project?
I used the original module from the Python 3.5.2 source, so I assume it would have to include this exact license version. As seen here: https://docs.python.org/3.5/license.html