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Some of you may recall that our missing monk has some rather strong reservations about SSSCA, UCITA, and other restrictive laws regarding software licensing.

Well, I noticed a little news item on a different site that I felt he might have let us know about. If you're worried about onerous software licensing laws and wish to try to prevent such things, you may wish to check it out.

If you're not sure what the fuss is all about, then please read both threads and check out the links each provides.

--f

P.S. I flagged this as OT, though given that we get to enjoy Perl through the GPL, I felt it was something of interest. ymmv.


In reply to (OT) UCITA a Done Deal? Maybe Not. by footpad

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