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Re: GPL3 compatible?

Ben Finney wrote:
> Right. The license statement as you present it does not grant anyone
> permission to redistribute modified versions, nor to re-license the work
> to other recipients, both of which would be needed for that change to be
> legal.


> The apparent intent of the author would be well served by the
> widely-understood and wholly free-software Expat license terms
> <URL:http://www.jclark.com/xml/copying.txt>. As it stands, only the
> copyright holders in the work can make that change.

Interesting. I'll try to propose this license.

Thanks for the clarifications!

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