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Anaconda Comments

Open Source?

Comment by HackedChicken
about Anaconda · Mar 2015 · Helpful Not helpful -2 Helpful Report as spam

Unless I'm mistaken, this one qualifies as open-source. Looking at the EULA (http://docs.continuum.io/anaconda/eula.html ) it allows redistribution, modification, and creation of derivative works, for any purpose. Am I wrong?

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