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« on: April 01, 2012, 12:09:26 AM »

Hi I just discovered that you all have taken over CricleDock and have released it as Ms-PL.  My question is that as a developer of apps for the PortableApps.com website am I within your license to redistribute it AIs a portable application.  I have made no physical changes to  your program All I have done is create launchers to make sure that the program meets the format specs of PortableApps  and handling a few instances of it leaving traces on the host computers.


Apparently I willnot be hosting my project, I have not distributed it but there are some legal questions as to the code and the way the project was modified from GPL to Ms-PL  many thanks and apologize for any inconvenience I may have caused.  I have dropped it from PortableApps development and pulled my links.
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