The original Squeak release is available under APSL2.
craig at netjam.org
Wed May 24 18:59:16 UTC 2006
Oh, note that APSL2 is "OSI-approved" and "OSD-compliant"[1, 2]. One
problem solved by using APSL2 (or a sublicense of it) is that we can say
that Squeak is "open source" and no one will debate it. Tedious as this
is, it's been a burden to us in the past, in my opinion.
improvisational musical informaticist
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