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On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 4:56 AM, Jonathan Aquilina
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You would still need permission even though its a fork of the original code?

That is the whole point of open-source licenses.  It prevents someone
from taking a program then re-releasing it as proprietary.

Also, please put your comments after the section you are quoting, it
is much easier to follow the conversation that way.


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