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Re: Question

While I agree with Michael that we're talking non-free about this specific
instance, I was wondering if someone, somewhere has some guidelines set up for
determining whether something belongs in free/non-free, etc.

If they haven't been written, perhaps now is the time to write them them.  I'm
not suggesting a codification (too inflexible) but some basic guidelines would
probably help answer many of the question I've seen pop up on this list.


On Wed, 15 Mar 2000, you wrote:
> Is the appended license okay for us? Yes, I know we are talking about
> non-free.
> Michael
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