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Re: [Fribidi-discuss] Re: my Bidi implementation

On Wed, 2004-03-17 at 04:45, Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
> > > I have nothing special against that.  But, another solution I can
> > > think of is to give explicit permission on an specific version of
> > > the code, to be redistributed in binary form with PuTTY,
> > > something like that...  Roozbeh, what do you think?
> >
> > That may not be acceptable for PuTTY people. But I don't have any
> > problem with relicensing any part of my small contributions to FriBidi.
> > Consider them public domain.
> >
> > roozbeh
> I just asked for your idea on the licensing issue, not your own
> contributions specifically.

Then my general idea is that free software projects hate those kind of
licenses. A good list for a relicensing to consider, is the Open Source
definition, or the Debian Free Software Guidelines. If any of those is
not possible with the license, it won't help anybody.