Re: Copyright problem with ELM-ME+
J.H.M. Dassen writes:
> Take a look at the end of the file:
> :NOTE: Elm is now in the public trust. Comments, suggestions, bug reports
> :and the like should be sent to Syd Weinstein; elm@DSI.COM (dsinc!elm)
> I suspect the license you're quoting is the original elm license, and
> that elm was put "in the public trust" (which I suspect means the same as
> "in the public domain") after elm development stopped.
That may be what 'in the public trust' means to Mr. Weinstein, but I don't
think it means anything at all to the law. Is there any possiblity of
getting any clarification?
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