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Re[2]: Ultimate solution

Paul and Michael,

Correct.  Apparently  when  something  is free of charge whatever, and
yours  to do with what you wish unless you are unethical, we call that
"arrakis-free" or "free as in arrakis".

And  to  Kasimir,  the  license  has been updated, and definitions are


> So the "Torpark" controversy comes down to:
> "Free" == "Yours to do with as you wish" versus
> "Free" == "No charge to use"?

> What are the "official" terms for these two cases?

> And, what's the terms for
> "Source code is available, but usage is restricted" versus
> "Source code is available, usage unrestricted" (same as free #1 above)