Len Coop coopl at ippc2.orst.edu
Tue Dec 18 18:39:06 EST 2001

We are waiting for UC Berkeley/Regis to make a change in thier license to GPL or Berkeley license
for GRASSLinks 3.1. 

Read the current license, and interpret what it means for your own uses.

The more we send in requests for REGIS to change the license (patty, pattf at regis.berkeley.edu),
hopefuly, the sooner they will do it.

My evaluation of the versions of GRASSLinks found that 3.1 is the best code, although some of the
shell scripts from 3.0c and 2.5 could be converted to Perl and rolled into the next version.


Bernhard Reiter wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 17, 2001 at 03:46:58PM -0500, Alexander Smotritsky wrote:
> > so where do I get my hands on a legal one?
> Unfortunalty I do not know.
> I have not found a place to download the old versions.
> You probably have to hunt around in the internet and try to
> locate somebody who has a version licensed under GPL.
>         Bernhard

Leonard Coop
Research Associate
Entomology Dept & Integrated Plant Protection Center
2046 Cordley
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR 97331-2907
Phone 541-737-5523
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