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<H1>4F LICENSE AGREEMENT</H1>
<B>Revision:</B> 2 November 2, 2002
<P>
This license is (C) Copyright 2002 Lameter Corporation,
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<H1>SECTION ONE: The software under the 4F License</H1>
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<DT>Name of the Software Product<DD>uPM - Micro Package Manager
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<DT>License Holder<DD>Lameter International Corporation, 7131 Cabernet Ave, Newark, CA 94560, http://lameter.com info@lameter.com
<DT>Distribution License<DD>4F Class D
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<H1>SECTION TWO: The 4F License</H1>
<P>The aim of this license is not to restrict your rights. <i>4F Licensing</i> was developed to preserve the four freedoms when using a software product:
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<LI>The freedom to obtain and review the source code for the software product. The <i>4F license</i> requires that the source be made
available for software products distributed under 4F licenses.
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because both terms have led to a wrong understanding of this type of licensing in the past.
The concern of free or open source licensing is <b>not</b> to get the software for free
(meaning one does not have to pay any money for it) but to preserve the Four Freedoms.
The term <b>Free Software</b> typically leads to that misunderstanding.
The term <b>Open Source</b> often seems to avoid mentioning the Four Freedoms that need to be preserved.
It also gives rise to the misunderstanding that the access and ability to view the source code is sufficient.
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We have chosen the term 4F (long <i>Four Freedoms</i>) because it does not have the baggage of the other terms
and clearly expresses the purpose of <i>Free</i> or <i>Open Source</i> Licenses.
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<i>4F Licensing</i> allows different grades
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<TR><TD>A</TD><TD><B>No protection</B>.
The sourcecode might be modified and redistributed under other licenses at will.
4F Class A licenses are similar to BSD licensed code.
The only provision is that credit is given to the authors of the code in the final product.</TD></TR>
<TR><TD>B</TD><TD><B>Protection for the software product itself</B>.
The Four Freedoms must be preserved for all modifications of the source code that are distributed.
The product might be combined (f.e. linked into) other software that is licensed differently.
The combination of other software plus the software product might not preserve the Four Freedoms.
Class B licensing is similar to the protection offered by the LGPL.
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The Four Freedoms must be preserved for all binaries generated.
If a piece of software is used for the generation of a binary
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If this is not possible then the combination or the production
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The Four Freedoms must be preserved for all software installed under the same Operating System and all software
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Specifically this prohibits installation of proprietary software (such as Microsoft Software) under the same installed
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<TR><TD>F</TD><TD><B>Organizational protection</B>. The software might not be used by an organization/group/corporation that
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<TR><TD>G</TD><TD><B>Protection for program interaction</B>. The software must be deployed in such a way that it does not interact (transfer data to/from, use documents formatted by) non 4F compliant software.</TD></TR>
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<DT>4F Conformant License<DD>
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OSI accredited licenses (see http://www.opensource.org) are
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