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  1. Copyright (c) 2006 Scott Squires, Oleg Ivanov
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  18. Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2006 03:16:21 +0200
  19. From: Oleg Ivanov
  20. To: Scott Squires
  21. Subject: Re: ProxyButton licensing question
  22. Hello Scott,
  23. I'm glad to support your project so you can use the Proxybutton in any way you
  24. need under any open source license as it's stated in mozdev's copyright policy.
  25. I'll just ask you to put in the Tor or it's source code any credits with
  26. references to me and the original Proxybutton. Feel free to ask if you have
  27. any questions regarding the extension - I'll be glad to help you.
  28. On Thursday 02 March 2006 05:01, you wrote:
  29. > Hello,
  30. >
  31. > I am a volunteer for the Tor project, which is a network proxy with strong
  32. > anonymnity. We would like to make it easier for users to install and
  33. > configure the software, and would like a firefox button to enable/disable
  34. > Tor. Your extension is very close to what we need, our version would just
  35. > set the proxy for the user instead of the user needing to enter the
  36. > information. So I was wondering what license your software is released under
  37. > and whether we can use it as a base for this extension.
  38. >
  39. > Thanks!
  40. > --Scott
  41. --
  42. Oleg Ivanov
  43. mailto: saruman@unigsm.com
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