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Re: License DSFG-free?

On [03/12/02 17:12], Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 08:12:50PM +0100, Christian Kurz wrote:

> > So Michael (and neither I ;-) wouldn't mind changing the current
> > license text to something else to keep the code in public domain.

> *Software in the public domain does not require a license*.

Oh, good to know.

> > So would having a copyright file saying the code is public domain be
> > enough?

> Yes.

Okay, I'll talk with Michael and we change the current license text
accordingly. Thanks to everyone who participated in this
discussion/thread or who replied personally, you've all been of a
valuable help.

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