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Re: Lawyers needed: Zanshin Public License

Jules Bean <jules@jellybean.co.uk> writes:

> --On Mon, Oct 26, 1998 2:10 PM +0200 "Tommi Virtanen" <tv@debian.org> wrote:
> > 	Anyone feel like playing a lawyer? I'd like to
> > 	package latte, a nice-looking language to generate
> > 	HTML with (see http://www.zanshin.com/latte/), but
> > 	it has a weird license.
> > 	
> > 	It seems as if the author would like the license to
> > 	be very open-source, but english is not my native
> > 	language, lawyer-english even less so. If you could
> > 	take a look at http://www.zanshin.com/ZPL.html
> > 	(included) and tell if it passes the DFSG in your
> > 	opinion. Thank you.
> Well, as always, IANAL, but the license looks good to me.  It is similar in
> spirit to the GPL, although it seems to be slightly less 'infectious'.
> Certainly, I see no point of the DFSG violated.
> Jules

It actually looks incredibly like the MPL (Mozilla Public License)
which is a completely DFSG free license.

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