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From DavidNe...@nascopgh.com
Subject Re: [math] ACM license
Date Tue, 27 May 2003 12:59:34 GMT
> --- Phil Steitz <phil@steitz.com> wrote:
> 
> Many entries found in 
> the
> Netlib repository are from ACM publications, which
> are subject to the 
> following
> policy:
> 
>      Submittal of  an  algorithm    for publication 
> in   one of   the ACM
>      Transactions implies that unrestricted use  of
> the algorithm within a
>      computer is permissible.   General permission 
> to copy and distribute
>      the algorithm without fee is granted provided
> that the copies  are 
> not
>      made  or   distributed for  direct   commercial
>  advantage.    The 
> ACM
>      copyright notice and the title of the
> publication and its date 
> appear,
>      and  notice is given that copying  is by
> permission of the 
> Association
>      for Computing Machinery.  To copy otherwise, or
> to republish, 
> requires
>      a fee and/or specific permission.
> 

I don't know if I would call that Apache-compatible licensing terms. The 
language seems to specifically preclude distribution for profit, which is 
a restriction over and above the Apache license.
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