From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2004-08-31 15:56:29
Ross Lemon wrote:
> I know you say on your web site that Audacity is a free audio editing
> program. However I still wanted to check that there is not a clause
> within the licensing of the program that disallows it from being
> loaded onto a networked lab within a secondary school environment.
> Could you please let me know, whether or not, I would be legally aloud
> (from your end as the creator of audacity) to load the programs onto
> our machines for a class project?
Yes. Audacity is free, open-source software. You may freely use
Audacity for any purpose, in any environment. You can also copy,
modify, sell and distribute the program under the GNU General Public
License (GPL). For more information, see this page:
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