Re: draft survey form

James M Galvin <galvin@TIS.COM> Tue, 09 April 1991 19:28 UTC

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To: Tim Howes <Tim.Howes@terminator.cc.umich.edu>
Cc: Ruth Lang <rlang@nisc.sri.com>, disi
Subject: Re: draft survey form
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Date: Tue, 09 Apr 91 15:28:27 -0400
From: James M Galvin <galvin@TIS.COM>

	> I agree that less verbose is better.  Do you know of a coined
	> phrase that
	> describes freely available but not necessarily public domain
	> software?

	"Freely available" is as close as I can come.              -- Tim

"Openly available" is a recognized phrase.  We are using it for our PEM
software, which will be openly available to the Internet.  ISODE also calls
itself "openly available".

Jim