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Matt I would like to ask you: what is the licensing system for AppFuse. I see the link to Creative Commons Licenses, but there there are many possible options. Which one is applicable?

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It currently has a Commons Attribution license, which I recently discovered is only for documents. I'll likely be changing to an Apache 2 License in the future.
 
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10x . I see you actually use the Apache 2 in Equinox.

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[ October 29, 2004: Message edited by: Ali Pope ]
 
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