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On 6/19/11 11:25 AM, Marc Paré wrote:

Could you suggest another description that we could use that would be
more appropriate for us?

I think that we should use "free software license, preferably copyleft", avoiding references to terms which are specific of a family of licenses (like permissive, or GPL compatible, or OSI compatible). I would bring the discussion on the steering-discuss mailing list though as there are people who know licensing issues better than me and can provide useful suggestions.

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