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MailMan WWW email interface v2.0 FAQ
Section - 4.2) What about the source code?

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MailMan began life as a GPL product.  Because of our desire
to help to move the world forward just a little bit at a
time by sharing our efforts with others and because of a
general sense of honesty and openness, we are making the
source code for MailMan available under the GNU General
Public License.  Information on the GPL can be found at
<URL:http://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/GPL>. The honesty and
integrity of our user base will determine whether our
experiment in openness is successful, or whether MailMan
must become a completely proprietary product because of the
abuse of a few selfish users.  If you can read our source
code and learn from it, be our guest and please have fun.
If you can read our source code and make suggestions, please
do, we value suggestions on how to improve the product.  If
you can read our source code and port it to new protocols
and environments, we would love to hear about it.  If you
can read our source code and you have ideas about absconding
with a derivative of our code that you will make into your
own product, please read the GNU General Public License at
<URL:http://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/GPL>.

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