[Spambayes] Spam Bayes use in a corporation
Michael C. Neel
neel at mediapulse.com
Thu May 20 08:39:24 EDT 2004
In the opensource world, who you are means nothing. Check out the link
Tim pointed out, www.opensource.org and read the open source definition,
which defines what a license must do and not do to be open source, and
you'll also find a list (with the psl included) of one's that meet this
And then, if you guys are that big you've probably got a legal dept, so
take one of those guys out to lunch and ask him to look at it (it's only
a page or two), and see what he thinks.
On Thu, 2004-05-20 at 08:22, Brent Bertram wrote:
> Just want to remind everyone that we are a corporation, our software
> person says being a corporation changes things. What is your
> experience with Open Source and Corporations? I think they have their
> mind stuck on Freeware.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Michael C. Neel
> To: Tim Peters
> Cc: 'Brent Bertram' ; spambayes at python.org
> Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2004 7:06 AM
> Subject: RE: [Spambayes] Spam Bayes use in a corporation
> > The PSF license SpamBayes is released under does not require that.
> I should have taken a moment to see which license was used
> before posting =p. I really don't get into all the variations
> that exist, to me there are two types of opensource licenses,
> GNU and BSD, and SpamBayes falls under the BSD. Brent, you
> should be able to shed off any license worries here, you won't
> be required to do much of anything except have a spam free
> inbox, lol.
michael.neel at mediapulse.com
vice president of information systems
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