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Re: Not for commercial use - non-free?



On Sat, Jan 22, 2000 at 04:22:52PM -0500, Joe Drew wrote:
> THE COMPUTER CODE CONTAINED HEREIN IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF PARALLAX
> SOFTWARE CORPORATION ("PARALLAX").  PARALLAX, IN DISTRIBUTING THE CODE TO
> END-USERS, AND SUBJECT TO ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS HEREIN, GRANTS A
> ROYALTY-FREE, PERPETUAL LICENSE TO SUCH END-USERS FOR USE BY SUCH END-USERS
> IN USING, DISPLAYING,  AND CREATING DERIVATIVE WORKS THEREOF, SO LONG AS
> SUCH USE, DISPLAY OR CREATION IS FOR NON-COMMERCIAL, ROYALTY OR REVENUE
> FREE PURPOSES.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE END-USER USE THE COMPUTER CODE
> CONTAINED HEREIN FOR REVENUE-BEARING PURPOSES.  THE END-USER UNDERSTANDS
> AND AGREES TO THE TERMS HEREIN AND ACCEPTS THE SAME BY USE OF THIS FILE.
> COPYRIGHT 1993-1999 PARALLAX SOFTWARE CORPORATION.  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
> 
> Non-commercial, royalty or revenue free - the end user shall not use the
> computer code for revenue-bearing purposes. Well, that qualifies it for
> non-free, but we can distribute it, right?

You dog, I was working on this one.

/me drops a smart mine in Joe's path

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