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1 Note: Utrac is licensed under version 2 of the GNU GPL.
3 However, Utrac is also licensed under a proprietary license,
4 since it will be included in closed source software developped
5 internally by the Alliance MCA company (In fact, it was first
6 design for a proprietary application, SafeFax, and it was decided
7 later to spin it off as free software).
9 If you want to contribute to Utrac (especially to the source code
10 or to data used by the application), please note that your
11 contribution is likely to be integrated to this proprietary
12 application or any other software developped at Alliance MCA
13 that uses Utrac (but don't worry, that does not include many
14 applications since we're a little company and we don't use
15 to release anything but SafeFax...).
19 GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
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