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Re: Recently released QPL

> The Author who wants to put his changes under a very free license (assuming
> incompatible with GPL) thinks this is not a disservice to the Free Software
> community. But then, he does not colicense it under the GPL. Why? You don't
> give me a good reason for it ("they just don't want to" is no reason for
> me).

I have one possible solution.  I've been thinking on how I could do that
with my code and I'm coming up blank.  What would the wording be that will
let me license "foobar" under my own, prefered, license *AND* the GPL?

Please cc all mailing list replies to me, also.
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