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Re: lynx-dev More on lynx copyright

From: Brett Glass
Subject: Re: lynx-dev More on lynx copyright
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 11:10:12 -0600

We haven't found this either. Folks at Netscape who have used
CERN code tell us that the license is BSD-like, which means that
it would probably not be an impediment to commercial reuse.
It might preclude the application of the GPL to the aggregated
work, however.


At 08:15 AM 9/28/99 -0700, Doug Kaufman wrote:
>The recent discussion about lynx copyright gives me the opportunity to
>ask something that has been puzzling me for over a year. Where is the
>license under which the CERN libwww code in lynx is released? We have
>a file, WWW/Copyright.txt, which refers to a CERN web page that hasn't
>existed for some time. I have spent time searching at CERN and at w3c,
>without being able to find that license. The current w3c license is
>readily availble, but shouldn't be applicable. Does anyone have either
>a copy of the license or a pointer to it?
>                                   Doug
>Doug Kaufman
>Internet: address@hidden (preferred)
>           address@hidden

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