Package: abuse-lib / 2.00-10

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This is a Debian prepackaged version of the "shareware" abuse levels - now
in the public domain.

This package was put together by Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org>, using
sources from:
	ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/abuse/abuse200.zip

Here is Dave Taylor on the copyright of this package (note that the sound
effects are not included in this package):

Date: Wed, 23 Jul 1997 21:39:51 -0500
From: Dave Taylor <ddt@crack.com>
To: Shaya Potter <spotter@itd.nrl.navy.mil>
Subject: Re: PD abuse.

>Dave, I was just wondering about if their are any "free" i.e. PD/GPL/BSD
>levels of Abuse around.  I ask, because since I'm involved with the Debian
>Linux dist. we have been including Abuse in the contrib part of the
>distribution for at least a year.  Well now that it's PD we could include
>it in the Main i.e. "free" according to things like the GPL/artistic
>license/BSD license, but the levels are still sharewhare right?  i.e. we
>can't modify them and distribute the modifications, right?

The shareware levels are public domain as well.  The only thing that's off
limits is the sound effects, which are the property of Bobby Prince, and
he's a very nice guy and will prolly let you do whatever you like w/ 'em
(see http://www.bpmusic.com), and the retail levels, which shouldn't be out
there anyway.  :)

        =-ddt->