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Re: pine in other distributions?

Piotr Roszatycki wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Sep 1999, Johnie Ingram wrote:
> > David> Redistribution of binary versions is further constrained by
> > David> license agreements for incorporated libraries from third
> > David> parties, e.g. LDAP, GSSAPI.
> >
> >     Although the above trademark and copyright restrictions do not
> >	convey the right to redistribute derivative works, the University
> >	of Washington encourages unrestricted distribution of patch files
> >	which can be applied to the University of Washington Pine
> >	distribution.
> >
> > Did something change?  Have they seen the Light?
> Is it possible to redistribute modified binaries?

"...do not convey the right to redistribute derivative works" -- any and
all modifications result in a derivative work.

You can make local versions, you just can't give them to anyone else
unless it's in the form of a patch.

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