Re: license question
This seems to be sort of a modified BSD. Looks DFSG compliant.
On Wed, 25 Jan 2006, Daniel Knabl wrote:
please have a look at the following license. In my eyes it is not a
true BSD license, but also no Artistic license. But, I may be wrong.
This would not be the first time :-/
Would it be OK to just include this license into the debian/copyright
file? Or is it a common-license that I just don't understand?
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