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NONMEM 7 Update

From: Wojciech Jawien <mfjawien>
Date: Sat, 04 Jul 2009 00:45:25 +0200

Dear Alison,
I agree that open source as defined by Open Source Initiative never
applied to the NONMEM. In my previous email I used the term "open
software", and it was also imprecise.
But until now, NONMEM wasn't a blackbox, either.

You are writing
(the provisions of the former UCSF license agreement) do not allow
anyone to take
NONMEM and develop it on their own.

It's not exactly what the point 3.1 says:

3.1 LICENSEE shall have the right to copy and *modify* the LICENSED
   PRODUCTS for use on a single computer of LICENSEE ...

I understand licensees could develop NONMEM on their own provided they
never try to disseminate neither original nor modified code.
It makes difference.


Received on Fri Jul 03 2009 - 18:45:25 EDT

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