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On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 12:49 AM, Ian Lynch <> wrote:

On 14 June 2011 06:55, Keith Curtis <> wrote:

Hi all;

I had an idea that you could offer to let people triple-license their

How does that work? Surely if they licensed their work Apache it means
is no need for the other licenses because the Apache license would
effectively over-ride the conditions of the other license. Maybe I'm
something here?

It is true that the only license that matters is the least restrictive one,
but people usually add licenses and so I was following that method. If you
decide to throw the others away as pointless if Apache is chosen for a
change, that would be an optimization.


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