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Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 14:33:46 -0300
From: Claudio André <>
Subject: Re: src/ licensing

Em 18-04-2013 22:29, magnum escreveu:
> On 19 Apr, 2013, at 2:55 , Solar Designer <> wrote:
>> Fellow JtR developers -
>> As promised, here's the portion of john-1.7.9-jumbo-7-licensing.txt
>> pertaining to src/ files.  I suggest that you search it for the words
>> unclear, issue, your first name, your nickname, and for question marks -
>> and try to clarify in your replies.  Thanks!
> Would this "fall-back license" addition make any sense?
> $ cat ../doc/LICENSE.magnum
> Anything in this source tree that can be regarded as posted, contributed,
> committed or otherwise submitted in any way by magnum is Copyright (submission
> date) magnum and it is hereby released to the general public under the
> following terms: Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or
> without modification, are permitted. No attribution is necessary. You can make
> billions of dollars from my code and I will not give a damn. I would be fairly
> surprised though.
> This statement was written in April 2013 but my intention is that it will be
> in effect for any future posts, contributions, commits or submissions made in
> other ways.
> magnum <>

If so, any commit i made in, for instance, opencl: md4, md5, password 
safe, office 2013, etc., could follow this rule.
If not, i consider them trivial work not allowing a copyright.


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