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Re: EADL license

PICCA Frederic-Emmanuel <frederic-emmanuel.picca@synchrotron-soleil.fr> wrote:
> Hello still exploring my package
> I found this.
> Is it DFSG-free ?
> #F EADL97_MShellConstants.dat
> #U00 This file is a conversion to specfile format of
> #U01 directly extracted EADL97 Shell constants.
> #U02 to simplify its use with the fisx and PyMca software packages.
> #U03
> #U04 Neither those packages or their author(s) claim any ownership of
> #U05 the data and they do not warrant the integrity of the data
> following
> #U07 the conversion process.
> #U06
> #U07 EADL itself can be found at:
> #U08           http://www-nds.iaea.org/epdl97/libsall.htm
> #U09 The code used to generate this file has been:
> #U10 GenerateEADLShellConstants.py
> #U11
> #U12 The proper way to quote these data is:
> #U13 D.E. Cullen, et al., "Tables and Graphs of Atomic Subshell and
> #U14 Relaxation Data Derived from the LLNL Evaluated Atomic Data Library
> #U15 (EADL), Z = 1 - 100," Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
> UCRL-50400,
> #U16  Vol. 30, October 1991
> #U17 The author of this data, D.E. Cullen, has stated that
> redistribution of this
> #U18 data is permitted provided the previous credits are maintained.
> #U19
> just for informations, these DATA are scientific fact (it is important right ?)

The EADL data was created by US Government employees (Lawrence
Livermore).  So there is no copyright in the US.  Also, in the US,
there is no copyright in a set of facts.  However, as a courtesy, you
should preserve the credits.

Walter Landry

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