If anyone's got a free moment or two, could they pass opinion on the following as a licence. I'm especially interested in how it'd interact with other licences, esp. the GPL. # This work may be modified and distributed under any terms, licence # or agreement that meets all the conditions set out in the # Debian Free Software Guidelines (DFSG) as published at # <URL: http://www.debian.org/social_contract#guidelines>. # # At all times the original copyright message(s) and this freedom of # licence must be preserved, or where only a part of this work is # distributed, copied into that part to apply only to that part. Thanks, Scott -- Who hopes it means "do what you want, link with what you want, but don't make it end up in non-free"
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