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Re: The WiderNet Project requests permission to use your product

Kadal Amutham
I have authored few books. I can donate for free distribution

With Warm Regards

V.Kadal Amutham
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On 1 August 2016 at 23:16, Natasha Mencher <[hidden email]> wrote:

> To Whom it May Concern,
> This request for donation of materials is part of the eGranary Digital
> Library (www.widernet.org/digitallibrary) created by the WiderNet Project
> at The University of Iowa. The WiderNet Project is a nonprofit organization
> that aims to improve digital communication and access to information for
> students and scholars in developing countries.
> Since many of the institutions we work with do not have adequate Internet
> connections, this project delivers digital information and technology to
> Web servers inside the institution, where it can be accessed quickly at no
> cost over their local area networks. Currently, we deliver this information
> by installing hard drives on the servers. In the future, we will be
> delivering this information by other means, such as satellite transmission.
> So far, we have delivered the eGranary Digital Library to over 500 schools,
> clinics and other organizations worldwide, and the results have been
> immediate and gratifying. Students and faculty alike have benefited greatly
> from easy access to hundreds of thousands of current academic materials.
> We are in the process of collecting additional Internet-based content,
> donated by the authors, which will be accessible to professors and students
> in developing countries. As a compliment to this material, we are hoping to
> provide them with cutting edge software to further bridge the digital
> divide. We are asking to donate software products to our partner
> universities and/or provide software that we can include in our digital
> library for download to our partner institutions' intranets (but not on the
> Internet.)
> We are specifically requesting a donation of the following materials for
> future versions of the eGranary Digital Library:
> Apache OpenOffice, located at https://www.openoffice.org/
> Please indicate the type of permission you wish to allow when responding
> to this message.
> -- FULL PERMISSION (To donate requested materials).
> -- PARTIAL PERMISSION (To donate materials that you specify.)
> -- DENY PERMISSION (To not donate materials to students in developing
> countries at this time.)
> If you wish to limit our delivery of your content to only hard drive
> installation or only satellite transmission, please indicate this as well.
> More information about the eGranary Digital Library, including a list of
> frequently asked questions can be found at: www.widernet.org/digtallibrary
> <http://www.widernet.org/digtallibrary>. More information about the
> WiderNet Project -- which includes training computer technicians, coaching
> decision makers, and shipping donated computers and software to our project
> partners -- can be found at www.widernet.org.
> We hope that you will join our efforts to provide students and scholars
> around the world with access to educational information and resources.
> Sincerely,
> Natasha Mencher
>
>
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Re: The WiderNet Project requests permission to use your product

Andrea Pescetti-2
On 01/08/2016 Natasha Mencher wrote:
> We are specifically requesting a donation of the following materials for future versions of the eGranary Digital Library:
> Apache OpenOffice, located athttps://www.openoffice.org/
> Please indicate the type of permission you wish to allow when responding to this message.

It seems that you don't need an explicit permission for the use of
OpenOffice you would like to make: Apache OpenOffice is free software,
distributed under the Apache License, version 2.

This very liberal license allows free redistribution in binary or source
form. You can find a FAQ at
http://www.apache.org/foundation/license-faq.html and the full license
text at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.txt

I believe you will conclude that the license terms are enough and that
you don't need an explicit permission beyond it. But if you have doubts
feel free to contact us again. Use the dev list (I'm moving other lists
to BCC to avoid useless traffic) or contact the OpenOffice PMC directly
as instructed on this page: http://openoffice.apache.org/trademarks.html

Regards,
   Andrea Pescetti - Apache OpenOffice PMC member.

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