The original Squeak release is available under APSL2.

Bert Freudenberg bert at
Wed May 24 22:05:44 UTC 2006

Am 24.05.2006 um 23:50 schrieb tim Rowledge:

> On 24-May-06, at 12:46 PM, Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
>> Thanks and congrats to everyone that has worked on this!
>> I think the natural next steps are:
>> 1. Finding for each method in recent Squeak, the names of all  
>> persons who've modified them. The history images should make this  
>> feasible.
>> 2. Gathering from all contributors a statement saying "all the  
>> code I ever published into Squeak I relicense APSL 2.0",
> If someone could build a suitable page on a swiki (for example) for  
> this I would be very happy to declare everything I've previously  
> contributed as available under any relevant license or indeed, non- 
> license.

IIRC other organizations (I think it was the FSF) actually require a  
signed paper form for this. A wiki page isn't really legally binding,  
is it?

Nonetheless it would be a good indicator of what percentage of new  
code we could actual recover this way.

- Bert -

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