Joshua Kinberg wrote:

> OK, so clearly we have to call in the lawyers on this one...
> Honestly, if you want to redistribute FireANT on a CD for
> non-commercial purposes, I think that's in perfect accordance with our
> license. If you want any customizations, then we'll talk about it and
> come to an agreement that works. We're not trying to stop anyone from
> getting their hands on a copy of FireANT -- obviously that would be
> silly. So if this is a special case you are considering, let's just
> talk about it and I'm sure we'll figure out the best way to go about
> doing it.
> Why don't we do it off-list though.
> -josh
Your license is all about what you plan to enforce.  Just put up a 
distribution FAQ and call it a day, don't involve the lawyers.  You'll 
save yourself some money.  If you're not going to sue someone, that's 
all that matters.


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