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Genicorp General Public Licence

Hey debian-legal,

I'm currently packaging libopenoffice-oodoc-perl and stumbled upon its

>  	This software is free software. It is subject to the terms and
>  	conditions of both
>  	- the GNU Lesser General Public Licence, version 2.1, of the
>  	Free Software Foundation (http://www.fsf.org);
>  	- the Licence Publique Generale Genicorp, version 1.0 (see below,
>  	English translation by Graeme A. Hunter).
>  	---------------------------------------------
>  	Genicorp General Public Licence (version 1.0)
>  	---------------------------------------------
>          The company GENICORP S.A., of 156 boulevard Haussmann, Paris, France
>          ("GENICORP")
>          offers a set of software components ("the software") for use free of
>          charge, and which is designed to aid development of certain
>          information handling applications, under the following conditions:
>          I - The software provided is not a finished industrial product and
>          cannot be accompanied by any kind of functional guarantee. It must
>          only be considered a model or aid for the creation of other
>          software. It is only designed to be used by experienced programmers
>          who must be sure it is appropriate for the required use.
>          GENICORP hopes this software will prove useful but does not
>          guarantee that it will meet any of your needs and accepts no
>          responsibility whatsoever for any direct or indirect consequences
>          arising from its use.
>          II - The software can be freely copied and passed to third parties
>          on condition that they accept the terms of this user licence which
>          should always accompany the software unchanged.
>          III - The software can be freely modified. Modified versions can be
>          distributed free or otherwise under the following conditions:
>              - A comment at the top of each modified module must explicitly
>              mention the name of the original module (name, date, version,
>              GENICORP's name) as well as the details of the author of the
>              modifications.
>              - The original version and this user licence must be made
>              available to the recipient of the modified version.
>          IV - The software can be included in an application where the other
>          components are either free or not, and this user licence remains
>          applicable and should be given unchanged to recipients of the
>          combined application.

A fellow from #debian-perl recommended I ask here to clarify things.

Thanks for your time.

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