Subject: Re: CPL
From: Russell Nelson <nelson@crynwr.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 18:40:02 -0500

Tony Linde writes:
 > The goal is that any of the software we develop can be shared amongst the
 > partner projects without limitations (save retaining copyright and
 > contribution notices) AND that any code can be taken, adapted and used by
 > any commercial concern without restriction (again save for copyright
 > limitations). We don't want gnu-style licenses which force any extension of
 > the code to be also opened up.

The best choice for this list of permissions is Larry Rosen's Academic
Free License.

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