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W3C Software Notice and License

W3C Software Notice and License
Author World Wide Web Consortium
Latest version 20021231
Published 2002-12-31
DFSG compatible Yes[1]
FSF approved Yes
OSI approved Yes[2]
GPL compatible Yes[3]
Copyleft No
Linking from code with a different license Yes

The W3C Software Notice and License is a permissive free software license used by software released by the World Wide Web Consortium, like Amaya. The license is a permissive license, compatible with the GNU General Public License.

Contents

  • Software using the License 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Software using the License

See also

References

  1. ^ Debian (18 February 2009), License information, retrieved 27 February 2009 
  2. ^ Open Source Initiative (18 September 2006), Licenses by Name, retrieved 27 February 2009 
  3. ^ Free Software Foundation (20 February 2009), Licenses, retrieved 27 February 2009 

External links

  • Text of the licence


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