Subject: Re: Get ready....
From: "Derek J. Balling" <dredd@megacity.org>
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 12:14:23 -0700

Not to pick nits, but why not request it in HTML format? Something every
platform out there can use with minimal effort.

D

At 06:41 PM 4/14/99 +0000, Russell Nelson wrote:
>We've been contacted by a company which wishes to publish some of
>their software under a public license.  They feel the need to have an
>OSI-certified Open Source license, so we're going to see it before it
>becomes public.
>
>As is right, fitting and proper, they are going to anonymize the
>license.  I've requested that it be rendered in postscript form (as
>opposed to some grotty proprietary word processing format), so if you
>can't render postscript (using ghostview or gv), work on it.
>
>They've tracked the APSL debacle closely, and wish to avoid the same
>problem.  Please respect the fact that this license is not final and
>do not publish it.  Also, please, no speculation on who it might be.
>The license is the license; who will be using it is completely besides
>the point.
>
>Time is of the essence.  If you haven't commented on this within a
>week, you'll be too late.
>
>I'll give you the URL as soon as I get it.
>
>-- 
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