Subject: Re: GPL vs APSL (was: YAPL is bad)
From: Rick Moen <rick@linuxmafia.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 10:10:01 -0700

begin Greg London quotation:
 
> It seems to me that the MIT does not meet
> item #2 of the OSD, then.

You're confusing source code of the original work with source code of 
derivative works.  Under MIT / BSD / similar, you're not guaranteed
access to the latter.

I suppose it would be physically possible to release binary-only
software and claim it to be under the MIT licence, but that would be
pretty pointless.

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