Re: Aspell-en's questionable license
I've been discussing this with the FSF's outside counsel, Dan Ravicher.
I have some ideas for how to generate a new word-list if we do end up
needing one, but I don't want to discuss them until I've talked with a
It looks like this "license" applies only to one of the word lists in
aspell. I will simply ask the aspell maintainer to delete it. aspell
will still be usable, so we don't need to spend any more time on this.
Nelson, thanks for pointing this out.