Al Gore goes "Open Source"? [DRAFT LETTER]
christoph at lameter.com
Wed Apr 7 20:49:07 UTC 1999
On Wed, 7 Apr 1999, Brent Fulgham wrote:
> 1. Your website is copyrighted with all rights reserved. It would be more
> appropriate for you to license your website under the terms of a suitable
> Open Source (TM) license. Please visit [sites] for additional information.
> Please be aware that as an Open Source (TM) project, the "source code" for
> your site must be available for anyone to use. We must point out that this
> means that your political opponents have the right to use your source code.
This sounds like the texts on the site would need to be open source. I
think we are just looking for the software to be open source. Maybe talk
first about software and then go into licensing.
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