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Re: for any putpose and without fee?

> On Mon, Aug 16, 1999 at 10:05:06AM -0400, Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> > It's not written 
> >  `is hereby granted for any purpose and without fee' 
> > but rather 
> >  `permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute [...] for any
> >   purpose and without fee'.

"Darren O. Benham" wrote:
> No, it means you will not be charged a fee for copy, modify and
> distribution

Alex Yukhimets wrote:

> It means without a fee (royalty) to the author (copyright holder).

Cool.  I'm reassured, Thanks.

So, on to my followup question... Am I right that it doesn't
exclude making a sold-for-profit binary-only derived product?  It
doesn't say source code must be provided along with the
distribution of derived products...

Thanks again,


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