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Re: Boilerplate License Revision Proposal



>    IMHO) it allows complete distribution electronically, and you can print it
>    all you want as long as it is not for profit.
>
>That limitation is exactly the problem--if something is limited to
>"not for profit" then it is non-free.

I do not see this as a problem. I completely understand your argument. I
just do not agree with it.

J


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