[tex-live] Strange license of ukhyphen

Sebastian Rahtz sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Sat May 27 21:18:49 CEST 2006

Karl Berry wrote:
> Is OUP the necessary source?  I wonder if there is a free hyphenation
> dictionary that would be viable by now.  E.g., did openoffice come up
> with something different?
does OO have pattern-based hyphenation? if so, yes,
well worth looking for. I don't see it offhand

http://www.divvun.no/doc/proof/hyph/OOo/index.html slightly depressing :-}
> I think Phil's license, while highly unusual and hopefully will not be
> emulated, *is* (barely) acceptable as free software.
but its already been rejected by Debian, no?

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