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Re: Re[2]: Ultimate solution

This non-commercial clause prevents it from being "Free" and "Open" as the 
OSI and FSF define it. Metasploit 3 has a similar license. TorPark is 
still "free" as in beer, its just not "Free" as in speech. You can 
grumble all you like about it, but at the end of the day, its still their 
time and effort going into the project.

Sometimes, a "less free" license is required to keep your developers 
happy. I wrote up some slides about this (as it relates to security 



On Sunday 25 March 2007 10:26, Kasimir Gabert wrote:
> · So long as You do not subvert or infringe the freedoms of end-users
> by doing so, You have the freedom to change the software or to use
> parts of it in new Programs; However, these softwares are not allowed
> to be modified to use any commercial proxy or connectivity service or
> product other than those offered by Torrify LLC or the Tor Project,
> without written permission of Torrify LLC.