GUI Components - Oscilloscope


I finished a first draft of the oscilloscope specification.
It would be nice to get some feedback, whether this makes sense
or how it could be improved.
Look at:

Regarding the license:
Currently my idea is, to use the MPL 1.1/LGPL 2.1/GPL 2.0
triple license.

I want to reach the goal, that as many people as possible use
our code, to test and improve it.
Using the GPL alone might result in commercial companies not using
the code. On the other hand, if people improve classes, that
we wrote, than I want to get the changes back and merge these
improvements, too.

What do you think?

For publishing the code, I want to use github. Any other suggestion?

Best regards:

Uwe Fechner

Version: MPL 1.1/LGPL 2.1/GPL 2.0

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