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Re: New 'Public Domain' Licence

Anonymous said on Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 01:34:42PM -0400,:

 > well understood. Therefore in an attempt to satify all parties I 
 > propose the following licence for use in those types of situations. 
 > The licence I propose consists of the MIT licence below, excluding 
 > the part in the quare brackets. This licence therefore is well
 > understood, and does not have the single restriction of the MIT 
 > licence.


 > Licence taken from http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

It  is better  you discuss  this with  opensource.org's licensediscuss
list.  They may  suggest you  another license  which meets  your needs
without proliferation. 

Mahesh T. Pai <==> paivakil.port5.com
Free as in Freedom

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