Re: Transfer of copyright on death
Andrew Stribblehill <email@example.com> writes:
> FYI, the current licence is below:
> 9menu is free software, and is Copyright (c) 1994 by David Hogan and
> Arnold Robbins. Permission is granted to all sentient beings to use
> this software, to make copies of it, and to distribute those copies,
> provided that:
> (1) the copyright and licence notices are left intact
> (2) the recipients are aware that it is free software
> (3) any unapproved changes in functionality are either
> (i) only distributed as patches
> or (ii) distributed as a new program which is not called 9menu
> and whose documentation gives credit where it is due
> (4) the authors are not held responsible for any defects
> or shortcomings in the software, or damages caused by it.
How does the problematic part differ from, say, the license of TeX?