Using the modified code..
chuck.hines "at" baesystems.com
Thu Jun 27 14:58:01 2002
>>>>> "Alex" == Alex K Angelopoulos <alex "at" bittnet.com> writes:
Alex> Well, for all the good that reading license documents usually does,
Alex> thinking of doughnuts is A Good Thing.
I don't know if it's a Good Thing, but that is a typical response for
non-lawyer types, myself included. :)
Alex> My usual approach to licenses for source code is a variation on FUD. If
Alex> it says "GNU", I do whatever I want and just make sure that I
Alex> redistribute the complete modified source if I'm redistributing the
Alex> application. If it says anything else, I try to avoid it.
That's unfortunate, because there's a lot of good stuff out there distributed
under non-GPL licenses that you might be missing out on...
For anyone looking for non-lawyer-speak comparisions or details of the various
OpenSource licenses, here's a few links:
Charles K. Hines <ckh "at" requesttech.com> <chuck.hines "at" baesystems.com>
Principal Scientist at ReQuest Technologies Inc (http://www.ReQuestTech.com/)
"You tell him and I will smack you. I will smack you like a
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