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On Fri, May 28, 1999 at 08:26:47AM -0600, Marcelo E. Magallon wrote:
> 	attached is a copy of "IBM PUBLIC LICENSE", extracted from the just
> released Data Explorer 4.0 source.  I don't know if this is the same as
> Jike's license, but I catched my eye that Freshmeat lists this thing as
> "OpenSource".  I have read this, and all I can say right now is "this is
> confusing!!!".  I browsed IBM's site, but I couldn't find any reference that
> claims this license is OpenSource...

This looks like the IBM license I read a day or two ago.  I commented on
irc after reading:

<Knghtbrd> Only the lawyers at IBM could take a two paragraph BSDish
           license and make 9 pages out of it.
<Knghtbrd> they did at least add some clauses about patents
<Knghtbrd> but those parts aren't TOO long really
<Knghtbrd> obviously the lawyers get paid by the word.

Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@debian.org>            Debian GNU/Linux developer
PGP: E8D68481E3A8BB77 8EE22996C9445FBE            The Source Comes First!
NEW YORK (CNN) -- Internet users who spend even a few hours a week online
at home experience higher levels of depression and loneliness than if
they had used the computer network less frequently, The New York Times
reported Sunday.  The result ...  surprised both researchers and
sponsors, which included Intel Corp., Hewlett Packard, AT&T Research and
Apple Computer.

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