Jonathan Bastien-Filiatrault <email@example.com> writes:
> Ben Finney wrote:
> > Greg Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > But that wording is *not* what has been used for ‘python-imaging’.
> > Instead, the wording is:
> > Permission to [foo] for any purpose and without fee is hereby
> > granted,
> I find that wording rather ambiguous, in my mind it could mean any of
> the following:
> * You may [foo] for any purpose, without paying a fee
> * You may [foo] for any purpose, as long as you do so without fee
> Does anyone else see this ambiguity ?
I can see how someone might find it if they were looking for it.
I don't see it when I read the clause normally. The meaning of that
clause, to me, is clearly:
* You may [foo] for any purpose and without charging a fee
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