Probably. I just want to make sure we’re doing the right thing.
Sure, anything consistent with the BSD. That means keeping the original license. What you can’t do is download A, then redistribute it under a different license, such as GPL.
Right. As long as A keeps its BSD license.
My only concern is what we should put at the top level to describe A. Should we just say that A is GPL-ed or should we say A is GPL-ed but it relies on components under other licenses compatible with GPL. Exactly what @increasechief points out here:
I had to look up the “L” there—it’s just “free” in another language (“libre”). Seems redundant to me.
We can’t quite do this because our logos aren’t consistent with CC BY, but this is pretty much what we say now.