On Wed, Dec 08, 1999 at 01:03:30AM +0000, David Coe wrote: > > I wrote to the author of gnus-bbbd.el to advise him that we had > dropped it from distribution (some time ago) because it contained > no copyright. He added the following two lines; is willing to > add more if we desire. > > Is this sufficient? > > ;;; Copyright (c) 1995 by Brian Edmonds, feel free to use, modify and > ;;; redistribute under your choice of the GPL, Artistic or BSD licenses. It's very clearly free, despite being ambigious. I think it's sufficent to put into Debian. If you're still in contact with him, though, it might be nice to change GPL to GNU GPL, version 2 or any later version. BSD is also a little vague - it seems like it would be without advertising clause, but it doesn't say that. BSD isn't the title of a license, it's a name for a group of closely related licenses. It really doesn't matter, though. -- David Starner - email@example.com This message property of the Secret Masters. Unauthorized duplication or reading will result in execution. Aren't you glad nothing happens without the authorization of the Secret Masters?
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