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Robrt (1414)

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Monday March 15, 2004
04:40 PM

from the mailbag

[ #17919 ]

Here's another entry from the perl.org mailbag. Anyone want to take a shot at a response?

I see it says you can use either the Artistic License or the GNU License. What determines deciding upon one license or another? Please advise. Thanks.

-Karen

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  • I see it says you can use either the Artistic License or the GNU License. What determines deciding upon one license or another?

    It very much depends on what you want to use it for. The choice of licenses makes absolutely no difference to the average user.

    If you're just installing Perl and running scripts and modules on top of it, it doesn't matter which license you use because they both allow free use. Both licenses allow you to send a friend a copy of Perl or post it on your website (this is "distributi

  • Thanks Allison and chromatic. I've sent off the notes. -R