Matthew Flaschen superm40 at comcast.net
Tue Jul 25 22:43:58 UTC 2006

It probably "qualifies" in that it is compliant with the OSD 
(http://opensource.org/docs/definition.php).  However, I doubt it would 
ever be approved because it fulfills the exact same role as many other 
OSD-certified licenses, such as Fair License 
(http://opensource.org/licenses/fair.php) and the New BSD 

Remember, though, you can not call it OSI-certified unless it is 
approved (upon which it will be added to the site).

If you really want to seek approval for it, carefully follow the 
instructions at 
http://opensource.org/docs/certification_mark.php#approval and it will 
be considered.

Matt Flaschen

jubuntu 26 wrote:
> Does http://ns.tan-com.com/nsfl.html qualify? It is BSD derived. (I just 
> realised the typo; it should be fixed soon.)
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