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Re: Some hard numbers on licenses used by elisp packages

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Some hard numbers on licenses used by elisp packages
Date: Sat, 29 Jul 2017 15:09:09 -0400

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  > > Richard Stallman writes:
  > > Where was that package originally posted?

  > I'm not sure what package you mean. Are you referring to the package that 
  > forked or the package created for fun?

I meant the earlier version, which was later forked.

  > In the case of the forked package does that really matter where that source
  > came from if it is not licensed according to the book?

It doesn't matter legally, but I'm hoping to better understand the
chain of events.  This will help for that.

Dr Richard Stallman
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