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MIT-O.K.I. OSID Definition License

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  1. Must only be distributed in original form (cannot be modified)
  2. For all distributions, license is included in the /licenses directory

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MIT-O.K.I. OSID Definition License:

The following text should accompany all copies of the MIT-O.K.I. OSID Definitions

Copyright © 2002 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This work (the "Work"), including any software, documents, or other items related to O.K.I.¿ OSID definitions, is being provided by the copyright holder(s) subject to the terms of the O.K.I.¿ OSID Definition License. By obtaining, using and/or copying this Work, you agree that you have read, understand, and will comply with the following terms and conditions of the O.K.I.¿ OSID Definition License:

You may use, copy, and distribute unmodified versions of this Work for any purpose, without fee or royalty, provided that you include the following on ALL copies of the Work that you make or distribute:

  • The full text of the MIT O.K.I.¿ OSID Definition License in a location viewable to users of the redistributed Work.
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You may modify or create Derivatives of this Work only for your internal purposes. You shall not distribute or transfer any such Derivative of this Work to any location or any other third party. For purposes of this license, "Derivative" shall mean any derivative of the Work as defined in the United States Copyright Act of 1976, such as a translation or modification.

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