A company I work in has wrote an implementation of Reed-Solomon codes through Intel ISA-L library.
Now I'm trying to start a discussion about open-sourcing our code, and distributing as a dual-licensed project:
- GPLv3 for everyone
- A proprietary license for those who are willing to pay for it.
The nuisance here is that ISA-L header files are distributed under a BSDv3 license. Hence my question is: can we distribute our sources under a GPLv3 license, given they use the BSDv3 headers from the ISA-L?