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 +====== Summary of meeting march 3 - 2005. ======
 +After another round of license reviews the license approval process is complete.
 +The BSD License was chosen in favor of the GPL which would have forced complicated development methods to be implemented. 
 +Going with the BSD also seemed less of a risk now that The Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance FOSS regardless of FOSS license. 
 +The institution intends to provide legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software and can be found on http://www.softwarefreedom.org
 +Other matters discussed were making further source code properly available in order to complete the site overhaul in progress and measures for making the code available such as a license upgrade for the source were set in motion.
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