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Intel Wants Off Open Source Listing
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/01/2005 06:22:00 PM.

Intel has asked to have its name removed from a list of open source licenses promoted by the Open Source Initiative (OSI). The move has some members of the open source community smiling.
In an e-mail to the OSI this week, McCoy Smith, senior intellectual property attorney at Intel, asked to have the "Intel Open Source License" (also known as "BSD License with Export Notice") taken off the list of licenses approved by OSI and that can be used in future projects.
"We're not pulling the plug on the license altogether, we're just asking OSI to de-emphasize this license as part of their list," Smith told internetnews.com.

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