The original Squeak release is available under APSL2.
ken at kencausey.com
Thu May 25 19:50:56 UTC 2006
> A question to the board: do you agree this would be a good time to get
> detailed legal advice on how to go about relicensing the rest of Squeak
> so that the move is legally valid?
Cees previously said
"Indeed. Still, I'll happily base any decisions on how to document
relicensing decisions on the advice we'll hopefully get from our legal
friends, like Dan Ravicher. Bringing the SFLC in is probably step #1."
So that at least indicates someone on the Board is thinking in that direction.
SFLC = Software Freedom Law Center IIRC
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