Scavenging the mail folder uncovered Andrew Kenneth Milton's letter:
> +----[ Federico Di Gregorio ]---------------------------------------------
> |
> | the only good reason for changing the license would be Digital Creations
> | asking us to do so because they want to include ZPoPyDA in one of their
> | products but don't want to be binded by the gpl. we are using zope and
> | making money out of it and i don't like if they can't do the same with
> | out work.
> 
> You don't have to change the license for this.
> 
> As the author you can provide different licenses to different people.
> So if DC wanted to you alter the license you could license the code to
> them and only them under a different license to everyone else.

yes i know. thank you very much anyway,

federico

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Federico Di Gregorio
MIXAD LIVE System Programmer                           [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Debian GNU/Linux Developer & Italian Press Contact        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Those who do not study Lisp are doomed to reimplement it. Poorly.
                                      -- from Karl M. Hegbloom .signature

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