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Re: squeak

Am 17.03.2004 um 08:03 schrieb Petter Reinholdtsen:

[Bert Freudenberg]
However, Squeak is free for all practical purposes - free to
download, open source code, with community-based review and release
process, an international community (I am not aware of a separate
"U.S.  Squeak community" as suggested in another message).

Does this mean that its license is compatible with the The Debian Free
Software Guidelines,
<URL:http://www.debian.org/social_contract#guidelines>?  It has to be
to be included as part of Debian, and including it in debian make it a
lot easier for Debian Edu to include it. :)

There is a lot of collected license information on the Squeak Wiki:


This page should answer most of the questions being raised here. Additionally, you guys should feel free to edit the page with any new information you get. For example, it would be nice to have a full copy of that email from Jon Aalborg at Apple.

- Bert -

PS: Thanks, Lex :-)

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