On Tue, 16 Mar 2004 10:58:48 +0100
Knut Yrvin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'we got this from Apples legal department in Europe through our
> connections with the company in Norway. Our man in Norway asked if
> this is to live with?
> ---------- Videresendt melding ----------
> Subject: Svar fra Apples legal dept.
> Date: tirsdag 16. mars 2004, 09:06
> From: Jon Aalborg <email@example.com>
> To: Knut Yrvin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> "Squeak is an obsolete product no longer under development by Apple,
> so it is not practical for us to re-examine or modify the licensing
> terms used by Squeak. However, the U.S. Squeak community is
> exploring the possibility of using the relicensing option in the
> Squeak license to allow a third-party to accept indemnification, thus
> enabling Debian-style projects to incorporate squeak under a
> downstream license. We are not able to provide you with legal
> advice in this matter, but encourage you to contact your own legal
> counsel or your counterparts in the U.S."
It seems Disney also has some code in Squeak, which might make it more
It might be useful to contact the Squeak people.
- Re: squeak
- From: Andreas Schuldei <email@example.com>