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From: Xavier Leroy <xavier.leroy@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Commercial application written in O'Caml: ExcelEverywhere
> Commercial developers using Ocaml should also, I think, consider seriously
> (becoming member of) the Caml Consortium.

Thanks Jean-Marc for the plug.  Indeed, OCaml has a dual-licensing scheme:
members of the Caml consortium automatically benefit from very liberal
licensing conditions, roughly comparable to a BSD license.  This comes
in exchange for a 1000 Eur/year membership fee.  This fee is a real bargain
given the number of man.years that were invested in the development of
OCaml, and is peanuts for even the smallest company.

This said, I agree with Damien that this discussion is getting
off-topic for this mailing list.  If you wish to discuss htmlc's
licence, John Max Skaller's views on software, or INRIA's position on
OSI licenses this week, please do that ELSEWHERE.  Thank you.

- Xavier Leroy

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