Re: public domain?
It's probably a 'no rights reserved', which is basically the same as
On 8/7/06, Miriam Ruiz <email@example.com> wrote:
How can I handle something like this?
> > I just wanted to know under which license is it released,
> > because I cannot find any doc on that.
> Pang 1.20 has no licence. It's totally free to use, and the
> source code are available to anyone who want to begin coding
> a game for example.
May I understand that as the code being in the public domain?
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