[IronPython] FePy SourceForge website updates

Nathan R. Ernst ernsnat at iit.edu
Sat Sep 30 19:13:32 CEST 2006

My original comments were a little tongue-in-cheek.  I got a kick out of the
"wording" of the license.  Objectively, I would have to agree with your
thoughts about whether or not the license would hold up, at least in an
American court.

I would have to say that either an MIT or BSD license would probably be the
most liberal.


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> I am not saying Seo's choice of license was a bad one, but I don't know
> if it has a value by itself that's all. The question is not to please
> people but to convey the correct rights as well as the responsability
> you take as the provide for the piece of software. The MIT license is as
> easy to understand and does just that IMO ;)

Mind you it seems some people believe the public domain license such as
the MIT one is actually not a license:

http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/6225 via

- Sylvain
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