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fly: credits & copyright information

fly is copyright 1995-2001, Martin Gleeson and The University of Melbourne. Permission is granted to copy and distribute this work free of charge provided that this notice remains intact. Credit for using this program must be given to both The University of Melbourne and the Quest Protein Database Center, Cold Spring Harbor Labs (for gd), in all derived works. This does not affect your ownership of the derived work itself, and the intent is to assure proper credit for The University of Melbourne and Quest, not to interfere with your use of fly or gd.

("Derived works" includes all programs that utilize fly or the gd library. Credit must be given in user-visible documentation.)

The image of the fly in the logo on these pages is the head of a house fly taken with a Scanning Electron Microscope at 55 times magnification. Made by Duncan Waddell at the Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis at the University of Queensland, it and many other electron microscopy images can be found at the Nanoworld Image Gallery. Many thanks to them for providing the service.

If you want to mirror the fly web pages, please ask me first.

This software is completely free. Of course, if you really want to thank me in some sort of tangible way for writing this software, why not get me something from one of my Wish Lists: Wishlist.com.au (Prices in Australian dollars - currently 2:1 to the US dollar. Think half-price! :-), Amazon.com, ThinkGeek.com.

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