There's other stuff in there, e.g. if you modify the code, you have to give
prominent dated notice of the modification. Wide release doesn't make any
difference.

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> Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2003 12:27 PM
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> Subject: [hackers] Stupid GPL question
>
>
> OK, so there's a postcard script I'd like to cadge a few ideas from. Not
> wholesale cut/paste, just a couple ideas. It's licensed under GPL. This is
> the first open source group project I've worked on; while I've been
> programming for a bit, it's almost entirely been private work for
> myself and
> my clients. What if anything do I need to do besides acknowledge the
> original script? Add the GPL license to it? What? Sorry to be so
> dumb about
> it, I did look up the GPL and read it but I'm still unsure as to widely
> released work like this.

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