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Old 03 May 2017, 09:06   #7
michaelz
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Originally Posted by wXR View Post
@earok

If you are in touch with the developer, would you ask them if they mind having a GPLv2 license attached to it, to make sure the source doesn't get closed up and re-used later? This would also for example, allow Gloom to be distributed with Linux distributions if there were ever a port, etc.

From an open perspective, would a public domain license be that bad? There is tons of software bundled with Linux that is BSD, MIT or Public domain licensed.
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