Re: Source code with no (explicit) licence
begin Joseph Carter quotation:
> Your gut feeling is wrong.
To reiterate: My gut feeling is that a non-licence remains no licence.
My idle afterthought that it would (if proposed) end up in non-free is
no doubt wrong, however. It would, as I was suggesting as the main
thrust of my argument, have no clear licence.
> Without a license, the program cannot be distributed at all.
Other than by the copyright holder, you presumably mean.
> DJB knows this. He likes it that way, apparently.
I believe I _just_ got through saying that.
Thank you for your comments, anyway.
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