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Re: Is Titan's license free?

Scripsit Santiago Vila <sanvila@unex.es>
> On 10 Dec 2002, Henning Makholm wrote:
> > Scripsit Santiago Vila <sanvila@unex.es>

> > > The license is basically perl "Artistic License", so unless I'm
> > > missing anything, it's DFSG-compliant.

> > However, the "reasonable copying fee" clarification is not in it, so
> > the "hard freedom" of it will stil be contestable.

> The paragraph which defines "reasonable copying fee" is identical to
> the one in the Artistic License.

Oops. I seem to have gone blind. Please disregard my earlier posting.

Henning Makholm               "... not one has been remembered from the time
                         when the author studied freshman physics. Quite the
            contrary: he merely remembers that such and such is true, and to
          explain it he invents a demonstration at the moment it is needed."

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