>>>>> "John" == John Galt <email@example.com> writes: John> Since it explicitly grants the right to relicense, it's really John> irrelevant. If you don't like the license, substitute any or no John> license. Yes. The license also says that programs released under the CPL are in the public domain. I'm just curious as to whether or not the rest of the license text is actually consistent with that statement. As to relicensing, IHMO, it's probably better to keep the original license if possible. Especially if the CPL is already a free license, then there's no real point in relicensing. -- Hubert Chan <firstname.lastname@example.org> - http://www.uhoreg.ca/ PGP/GnuPG key: 1024D/124B61FA Fingerprint: 96C5 012F 5F74 A5F7 1FF7 5291 AF29 C719 124B 61FA Key available at wwwkeys.pgp.net. Encrypted e-mail preferred.
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