At 12:29 AM 1/5/01 -0500, Bradley M. Kuhn wrote:
>Dan Sugalski <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I'm beginning to loathe software licenses in a *big* way, and I'm a half
> > step away from saying to hell with it all and going fully public domain.
> > (Or at least pushing for it, as I don't control perl's licensing terms)
>Public domain has it's own troubles too.  To be safe in doing a public
>domain license, we'll need to get copyright disclaimers from everyone who
>contributes code (and possibly their employers).  Otherwise, someone could
>come along later and legally claim copyright on some part.

No worse than what we need now. Submitting code to perl places it under the 
license that perl uses, if it's to be included.


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