Re: ELM Copyright
> That said, the packages which offer an artistic license, that I'm aware
> of are: perl (various perl packages), slang, mailagent, npasswd_boulder,
> angband, ssh, diff, and weblint.
I'm not sure about the licences of the other packages, but ssh
certainly doesn't have an artistic licence:
ssh> (b) You may use the program for non-commercial purposes only, meaning
ssh> that the program must not be sold commercially as a separate product,
ssh> as part of a bigger product or project, or otherwise used for
ssh> financial gain without a separate license. Please see Section 2,
ssh> Restrictions, for more details.
> The perl packages are also available
> under GPL, same goes for slang, the part of ssh which has an artistic
> license, and diff.
It seems there's only a small part of ssh that has an artistic licence:
ssh> The DES implementation in this distribution is derived from the libdes
ssh> library by Eric Young <firstname.lastname@example.org>. It can be used under the Gnu
ssh> General Public License (libdes-COPYING) or the Artistic License
ssh> (libdes-ARTISTIC), at your option. See libdes-README for more
ssh> information. Eric Young has kindly given permission to distribute the
ssh> derived version under these terms. The file crypt.c is fcrypt.c from
ssh> SSLeay-0.4.3a by Eric Young; he permits free use.
joost witteveen, email@example.com
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