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Re: public domain, take ?$B!g

"Andrew Donnellan" <ajdlinux@gmail.com> writes:

> The standard replacement for this problem is something along the lines
> of: "The author(s) of this script expressly place it in the public
> domain. In jurisdictions where this is not legally possible, the
> author(s) place no restrictions on this script's usage."

What about modification and distribution?
Ben Pfaff 
email: blp@cs.stanford.edu
web: http://benpfaff.org

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