From: Robert Shiels <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2001 1:10 PM

> A lot of you write and distribute free perl code. What do you do about
> copyright and disclaimers in the code itself. I've had a look at a few
> examples and it seems you don't really bother.
> I think it is probably worth doing, and we will need one for the
> NotMattsScripts project, so does anyone have a good concise copyright and
> disclaimer notice for free Perl code? I've googled around and can't find
> anything I like.

Anything I release always has the following copyright and I think that a
number of module and script authors use a very similar form of words out of
respect for Larry.


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