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README: MindTouch

Thank you for your interest in MindTouch. You can find out more about 
MindTouch by visiting http://www.MindTouch.com .

______________________________________________________________________________

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

0.   Proem
1.   What's New
2.   Downloading
3.   Compatibility Concerns
4.   Install Guide
5.   Upgrade Guide
6.   What is MindTouch?
7.   What is MindTouch Dream?
8.   MindTouch v. MindTouch Deki v. Deki Wiki
9.   Additional Resources 
10.  Licenses
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    ----------------------
0.  Proem
    ----------------------
    
Thank you for your interest in MindTouch. We feel strongly we're breaking new 
ground with this release and we hope you agree too. 

"MindTouch delivers an innovative language agnostic application platform. Being 
built on Mono also makes MindTouch system agnostic," said Miguel de Icaza, 
vice president for Developer Platforms at Novell and founder of the Gnome 
and Mono projects. "MindTouch has combined the most flexible deployment options 
with the most advanced wiki feature set available."

"Adding services, like Microsoft Windows Live Controls, as a built-in component 
to a wiki is super interesting; MindTouch is truly breaking new ground,"
said George Moore, general manager, Windows Live Platform at Microsoft. 

"A huge value added aspect of MindTouch is its potential for non-technical end 
users to create content and application mashups." - Kristen Nicole, Mashable.

"I feel [MindTouch] is the next big step in wiki. Instead of relying exclusively 
on text, [MindTouch is] turning the wiki into a web 
services platform." - Steve Spalding, How to Split an Atom

"While I had expected the usual addition of widgets into the wiki platform, I 
was in for a surprise. [..] MindTouch comes with a powerful new service-oriented 
extension model. [..] customers can now have access to composite applications 
by federating applications or data across without bothering about the OS, code 
language," - Vivek Puri, StartupSquad. 


    ----------------------
1.  What's New
    ----------------------
new in Pipestone (10.1.4)
    * MindTouch 10.1.4 is a bug fix stabalization release of the Pipestone family.

new in Pipestone (10.1.3)
    * MindTouch 10.1.3 is a bug fix stabalization release of the Pipestone family.
    
new in Pipestone (10.1.2)
    * MindTouch 10.1.2 is a bug fix stabalization release of the Pipestone family.
    
new in Pipestone (10.1.1)
    * MindTouch 10.1.1 is a bug fix stabalization release of the Pipestone family.
    
new in Pipestone (10.1.0)
    * MindTouch Pipestone containes numerous bugfixes as well as additional features.

new in Olympic (10.0.9)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP9 (10.0.9) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.

new in Olympic (10.0.8)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP8 (10.0.8) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.

new in Olympic (10.0.7)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP7 (10.0.7) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.

new in Olympic (10.0.5)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP5 (10.0.5) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.
     
new in Olympic (10.0.4)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP4 (10.0.4) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.
     
new in Olympic (10.0.3a)
    * 10.0.3a is a hotfix release for 10.0.3a which fixes a regression in search indexing.
     
new in Olympic (10.0.3)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP3 (10.0.3) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.

new in Olympic (10.0.2)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP2 (10.0.2) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.

new in Olympic (10.0.1)
    * MindTouch 2010 SP1 (10.0.1) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Olympic family.

new in Olympic (10.0.0)
    * MindTouch 2010 is a release focused around the content editing and authorship experience inside MindTouch.
    * CKEditor 3.0 - MindTouch will enable the much-improved WYSIWYG editor as the default editor
    * Content rating - Users will be able to rate content to aid discoverability of accurate content
    * Tagging v3 - We'll continue to improve the tagging functionality inside MindTouch to help communities better organize their content around tags.
    * User dashboards - A development framework for providing user-centric activity reports within MindTouch
        * As a part of this work, we will tweak user: namespace to help focus the usage of the user namespace for end users
        * A user activity dashboard will provide a default view for users
    * Page layouts wizard - To enforce consistency of new page contributions, the page wizard will allow users to select a template prior to page creation. This will also hand-in-hand with the cleanup around page titles and paths. 
    * Search experience - A reexamination of the tweaks we can do to improve the searching experience and the relevance of results through smarter ranking. 
    * Content curation reporting - The scale of content on older sites is massive - these reports are geared towards giving content curators in MindTouch the ability to get reports geareds towards helping them identify areas of cleanup: those based on aging, content quality, and metadata from searches.
    * Template Updater - A method for using import/export to simplify deployment and updating of MindTouch-written functional templates
    
new in Noatak (9.12.2)
    * MindTouch 2009 SP5 (9.12.2) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Noatak family.
    
new in Noatak (9.12.1)
    * MindTouch 2009 SP4 (9.12.1) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Noatak family.
    
new in Noatak (9.12.0)
    * internal release only
    * file reservation (check-in/check-out) 
    * improved performance/scaling
    * CKeditor 3.0

new in Minneopa (9.08.3):
    * MindTouch 2009 SP3 (9.08.3) contains a critical security fix.
    
new in Minneopa (9.08.2):
    * MindTouch 2009 SP2 (9.08.2) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Minneopa family.
        
new in Minneopa (9.08.1):
    * MindTouch 2009 SP1 (9.08.1) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Minneopa family.

new in Minneopa (9.08.0, MindTouch 2009 SP1):
    * Content Moderation capabilities - only available in the commercial versions of MindTouch.
    * FCKEditor improvements - definition lists and table enhancements.
    * Revision Hiding - Administrators can now hide revisions so they are not public.
    * Import/Export - Import/export allows you to create packages of MindTouch hierarchies and import them across instances or within each instance.
    * Kaltura Video Integration - allows for the ability to collaborate around videos inside of MindTouch.
    * Important Note - The minimum requirement for running Minneopa will be Mono 1.9.1; we are deprecating build support on Mono for 1.2.2.1. This will not affect you if you are downloading our binaries directly.  The minimum requirements to build MindTouch as of this release on Linux will be Mono 2.4.

new in Lyons (9.02.4):
    * MindTouch 2009 (9.02.4) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Lyons family.

new in Lyons (9.02.2):
    * MindTouch 2009 (9.02.2) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Lyons family.

new in Lyons (9.02.1):
    * MindTouch 2009 (9.02.1) is a bug fix stabilization release of the Lyons family.

new in Lyons (9.02, MindTouch 2009):
    * Notifications API - MindTouch will start pushing notifications to applications - this allows for expansive capabilities, such as email notifications, Twitter,and  IM notifications on certain types of changes. (Configure Page Alerts)
    * Granular Permissions - While the MindTouch API has support for very granular permissions, the UI has, in previous releases, sacrificed some of the flexibility for the sake of simplicity. This release features a revamped restriction dialog which will allow for more granular permissions - groups and users can be attached to a page with different roles instead of being granted the same ones.
    * Page/User Metadata - Metadata (simple key/value pairs) can be attached to users and pages; this allows developers an option to store persistent data associated with pages and users; this data will be available in DekiScript to allow for more feature-rich DekiScript applications.
    * PHP Hooks/Modules - The PHP layer of MindTouch has been undergoing a refactoring to provide a more modular design - this will allow developers to write plug-ins very similarly to WordPress - this serves the added benefit of making it easier to deploy MindTouch for custom projects like Mozilla, which require some custom functionality in the PHP layer.
    * DekiScript improvements - DekiScript expanded the scope of its scripting capabilities to enable you to build more fully-fledged applications inside MindTouch
    * Page Prerendering - The API will start storing a pre-rendered version of each page - this opens the door to future features that may involve drafts, previews, or content moderation
    * Diff views - Improve the UI for diff views; it's currently difficult to understand the scope of each change
    * Tagging improvements - Changes in the tagging feature improve the user experience for managing tags; the improved user experience will allow for a more consistent tagging taxonomy
    * chkdb - A stand-alone application that will verify the data integrity of your MindTouch database to help debug any errors inside MindTouch
    * Control panel UI improvements - building upon the momentum of the release of the new control panel in Kilen Woods, we've gone through and done usability testing and made more tweaks to continue to provide the best administrative experience possible


New in Kilen Woods (8.08.2):
    * MindTouch 8.08.2 is another bug fix stabilization release which contains a security fix, a couple fixes for DekiScript regressions, as well as issues with edge case scenarios (trusted authentication). Please review the changelog before determining whether to upgrade your MindTouch install. 

New in Kilen Woods (8.08.1):
    * MindTouch 8.08.1 is a bug-fix stabilization release of the Kilen Woods family - it contains security patches, improved support for HTTPS systems with Prince, and various bug fix regressions. All older versions of MindTouch should upgrade to receive the most recent security patches. 

New in Kilen Woods (8.08):
    * FCKeditor WYSIWYG editor support - We have deprecated Xinha as our official supported WYSIWYG editor in favor of FCKeditor - see the section below on some editor changes
    * Control Panel Reboot - Fix the user experience for managing your MindTouch with a whole new UI and a new entry point
    * PDF printing - Print more accurate PDFs with PrinceXML

New in Jay Cooke (8.05.2):
    * Global templates
    * LDAP fixes and support for LDAPS (SSL)
    * Faster page diff algorithm
    * updated javascript libraries (YUI 2.5.2, jQuery 1.2.6, SWFUpload 2.1.0)
    * new Fiesta skins (PRO, Maroon Flash, and MindTouch)
    * CSS variables in skins

New in Jay Cooke (8.05.1):
    * Performance optimizations
    	* http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/Release/Jay_Cooke_(8.05)/8.0.5.1_Optimizations
    * Single sign-on utilizing Apache/IIS authentication modules (experimental)
    * Digitally signed extension requests
    	* http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/FAQ/Configuration/How_do_I...Configure_Deki_Wiki_to_digitally_sign_requests_to_extensions%3f
    * Authenticated private RSS feeds
    * updated jQuery 1.2.3, YUI 2.5.1, FCKeditor 2.6.0, Xinha 0.95

New in Jay Cooke (8.05):
    * Improved file uploader - make it easier to attach files to your MindTouch
    * IP Address/Username banning 
    * OpenSearch - utilizing the common open OpenSearch format, MindTouch search results can be syndicated to third parties while also pulling in search results from other locations
    * Search -Preview search results for pages and files
    * MediaWiki to MindTouch converter
    * Talk pages - similar to comments, but a wiki page attached to every page which allows for discussion about the main page
    * Display titles - Allow titles which aren't necessarily paths (currently, editing the title in the editor moves the page - this will allow you to set a display override)
    * Multiple language support - a single MindTouch instance can support content in multiple languages; having a language set will localize the interface to the proper language, and provide UI views by language (example: Search)
    * Page restore - treat deletions as a transaction, and allow undeleting by transaction of pages
    * DekiScript
          * added new date (21), number (32), string (23), and culture (4) functions
          * added meta (8) functions for adding meta tags to wiki pages
          * added new web-centric functions (6) for fetching data from text, xml, and html pages
          * added syntax for building maps with dynamic keys (e.g. { ("k" .. "e" .. "y"): "value" )
          * added support for concatenating lists and maps(e.g. { a: 1 } .. { b: 2 }; [ 1, 2 ] .. [ 3, 4 ])
          * added support for accessing xml elements (e.g. xml["//div[@id='content']"])
          * added new # operator for determining the length of lists, maps, strings, and xml selections (e.g. #[ 1, 2, 3], #"hi!" )
          * added new is operator for determing the type of a value (e.g. 123 is num; "hi" is str)
          * added new dekiscript xml elements:
                * <foreach var="id" in="collection">...</foreach>
                * <if test="condition">...</if>
                  <elseif test="condition">...</elseif>
                  <else>...</else>
                * <define var="id" value="expression">...</define>
          * added implicit environment when invoking extension; the implicit environment carries information about the page, user, and site
          * added new wiki (2) functions
          * enabled any dekiscript function to be defined as a content transform
          * enabled added <img>, <ol>, <ul>, <table>, <textarea> as targets for content transforms
          * enabled all functions in an xml extension to be called from other function inside the same extension
          * enabled execution of dekiscript in attributes (e.g. <a href="http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki...y_Cooke_(8.05)">Pag Linke</a>)
          * enabled autoconversion from xml to str, num, and bool types
          * enabled dekiscript block (i.e. ) to contain muliple statements separated by semi-colon (;)
          * enabled access to function arguments in xml functions without the "args." prefix (e.g. foo instead of args.foo)
          * improved display of error messages during execution
          * improved parsing of complex dekiscript expressions
          * improved function invocation performance
    * Page Composition Engine
          * added support for multiple content bodies
          * added support for lang attributes in non-template page content
          * improved detection of XSS attacks in dynamically embedded HTML
    * Service Management - new simplified SID scheme (e.g. sid://mindtouch.com/2007/12/dekiscript); previous SIDs remain compatible


New in Itasca 1.9.0: 
    * Revamped dialog UIs - based on an early spec to improve the linking 
      experience within MindTouch
        * Smart Link dialog
        * Image dialog
        * Move page & move file dialog
        * New windowing system, piggybacking off of YUI's dialog library

    * Extensions UI - use a simple graphical interface to embed MindTouch 
      extensions and generate mashups
        * Transform content: Easily convert blocks of text to code snippets, 
          utilizing MindTouch's syntax highlighter extension
    * Alternate WYSIWYG editors - use FCKeditor or TinyMCE instead of Xinha 
      and to get Safari and Opera support
    * Internal groups - Define users to internal groups, making it easier to 
      manage restrictions to larger groups of users
    * Revamped installer
        * Standardized packages and naming to to allow for easier Linux 
          packaging
        * Improvements to the web installation UI for a better user experience
    * Mantis extension - embed any filter from Mantis in your MindTouch 
    * Subversion (SVN) extension - embed the revision log from an SVN repo 
      within MindTouch (with bug# and revision# linking)
    * LDAP service - Added usernameattribute and groupnameattribute. 
    * Release Notes:  
      http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/Release/Itasca_(1.9.0)

New in Hayes 1.8.3:
    * New localization format - strings are now organized by UI views, which 
      provides better context to translators
    * New languages - Chinese, Japanese, Polish, & Spanish (Spain, Argentina)
    * External group restrictions - restrict page(s) to an external group 
      instead of individual users through the same restriction dialog
    * New template "Fiesta" with multiple skins - the new template from Wik.is,
      named "Fiesta", is now available for all OSS sites
    * Multi-tenant support - run thousands of wikis from one host, just like 
      Wik.is!
    * Improved SSL support - less configuration and easier to set-up
    * Improved S3 support - fully tested and more reliable
    * Improved email support - integration with PHPMailer allows you to use an 
      external SMTP server to handle your MindTouch emails
    * Email a page feature - send a link to any page in the wiki to a colleague
    * Edit merging - reduce conflict errors with the new merge engine that 
      auto-magically merges most edit conflicts
    * Upgraded Javascript libraries - Xinha 0.94, YUI 2.3.1 
      (specific components), jQuery 1.2.1
    * Better international character support in indexing
    * Performance and stability improvements
    * New Extensions, New Functions, and Introducing Scripts
        * Dapper
        * DekiScript
        * GoogleService (charts)
            * LineChart()
            * BarChart()
            * PieChart()
        * MySql
            * Value()
            * List()
        * Syntax
            * Perl()
            * Shell()
        * Scripts
            * AccuWeather
            * Scratch
    * Improved DekiScript Parser & Runtime
    * Experimental features! These are features that we developed, but haven't 
      tested nor made any final decisions on implementation. These features are
      probably buggy and are subject to change, so use at your own risk!
        * New link dialog - based on an early spec to improve the linking 
          experience within MindTouch
        * Different WYSIWYG editors - use FCKeditor or TinyMCE instead of Xinha
          and to get Safari and Opera support :)
        * Extensions UI - use a simple graphical interface to embed MindTouch 
          extensions 
    * Bugfixes: See complete list at:  
      http://developer.mindtouch.com/index.php?title=Deki_Wiki/Release/Hayes%2b%2b_(1.8.3)/Release_Notes
    * Database Updates: Database updates which are executed when running 
      update-db.php (or updateWiki.sh in the VM): 
        * Renaming Admin: pages to their new locations 
          ("UserManagement" => "Users", "GroupManagement" => "Groups", "ServiceManagement" => "Services", "SiteSettings" => "Settings", "Visual" => "Styles")
        * Added indices to the `attachments` table to optimize WHERE clauses
        * Dropped the "role_hidden" column in the `roles` table

New in Hayes 1.8.2:
    * New interfaces - Add and edit roles, and manage your configuration keys 
      without modifying the database
    * Preview Microsoft documents in your browser - With the ThinkFree previewer, 
      you can preview Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and 
      Microsoft Powerpoint presentations in your browser
    * More APIs - Manually rebuild your search index; manage users and services, 
      roles and configurations
    * UI Stabilization - Lots of bugfixes for the editor to catch those weird cases!
    * More languages - MindTouch now has more default languages to choose from 
    * Release Notes: http://developer.mindtouch.com/index.php?title=Deki_Wiki/Release/Hayes%2b/Release_Notes

New in Hayes: 

    * Extensions, Extensions, Extensions
    * Lots of bug fixes
    * Now with even more love.

New in Hayes Beta 2:

    * Web installer 
    * New Extensions
    * New printing UI 
    * Loads of deprecated PHP code moved to dekihost services engine
    * Search now highlights terms 
    * Nonce email instead of emailing usernames and passwords (still needs some
      polish)
    * Hundreds of bugfixes

New in Hayes Beta 1:
    
    * New redesigned navigation pane
    * Tagging, chrono-tagging, tag definitions
        - Tagging. Organize and sort pages by user-defined tags.
        - Tag definitions are when a user may define a page as the parent of a 
          tag. For example. If one were to tag a page "define:foo" all pages 
          tagged with "foo" would be presented on said page.
        - Chrono-tagging is when a page may be tagged with a specific date. This
          can be achieved with prefixing "date:" to a date or time. For example, 
          a user can tag a page with "date:May 31", "date:today", or 
          "date:5/31/2007" and each tag will yield the same outcome. 
    * New image gallery
        - New controls for sorting attached images.
        - Lightbox for presenting attached images in page context.
        - Image slide show.
        - Improved user experience for image versions.
    * Significant improvements to the editor. 
        - More than a hundred bugfixes.
    * LDAP integration
        - Review http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/Integrating_with_LDAP . 
    * Easily extensible arch for authentication providers
        - Note: this is not complete in the beta release. The control panel's 
          services manager allows admins to enlist in external authentication 
          providers. 
    * Group-based permissioning
        - Groups provided by authentication providers.          
    * Complete rewrite of users, permissions, and grants
    * New Page revisions comparison
        - This was a complete rewrite. In the past the tool that performed the 
          comparison between two page version was easily confused and the 
          presentation was not especially desirable. This has been dramatically 
          improved.
    * Multiple templating support
        - Note: this is not complete in the beta release. Capabilities to add 
          your own application layout templates. See 
          http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/Technical_Docs/Skinning .
    * Multiple skinning support
        - Note: this is not complete in the beta release. Capabilities to add 
          multiple color schemes per application layout template. See 
          http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/Technical_Docs/Skinning .
    * New control panel user interface
        - Note: this is not complete in the beta release. Usability 
          improvements. For example, better user management tools. 
    * Services manager
        - Note: this is not complete in the beta release. 
    * Print pages
        - Dramatic improvements to the print pages dialog and print output. 
    * Bi-directional API
        - Create, Read, Update and Delete operations.
        - Access the API with "URL"/@api/ . For more information see
          http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_API/Reference/Deki_Wiki
        - File API. For more information  see
          http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_API/Reference/Deki_Wiki/Files
        - RSS API.
        - Most of the pages API. For more information see
          http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_API/Reference/Deki_Wiki/Pages 
        - User permissions API. For more information see   
          http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_API/Reference/Deki_Wiki/Users
        - Portions of site API. For more information  see
          http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_API/Reference/Deki_Wiki/Site
    * Complete rewrite of the page parser
        - In the Hayes release this is primarily manifested in the form of bug
          fixes. 
    * Rich media support.
        - Multiple video types, flash, etc.
    * HTML to PS
        - Convert to PDF. 
    * Hundreds of bug-fixes and enhancements.

    
    ----------------------
2.  Downloading
    ----------------------
    
If you wish to download the source code of MindTouch or Dream: 
    * http://developer.mindtouch.com/source_code (includes SVN enlistment info)   
    * http://sourceforge.net/projects/dekiwiki (tarballs) 
See Section 10. Additional Resources for more information and physical address. 
    
    ----------------------
3.  Compatibility Concerns
    ----------------------
    
When upgrading from previous versions of MindTouch: 

MySQL 5.0.X - NOTE: MindTouch uses stored procedures and is therefore 
incompatible with MySQL 4.x

PHP 5.X - NOTE: MindTouch uses the PHP5 object model and is therefore 
incompatible with PHP4

    ----------------------
4.  Install Guide
    ----------------------
    
    http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/Installation_and_Upgrade
    
    ----------------------
5.  Upgrade Guide
    ----------------------
    
    http://developer.mindtouch.com/Deki_Wiki/Installation_and_Upgrade

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6.  What is MindTouch?
    ----------------------
MindTouch is a free open source wiki and application platform for 
communities and enterprises. MindTouch is an easy to use and sophisticated wiki 
for authoring, aggregating, organizing, and sharing content. MindTouch is also 
a platform for creating collaborative applications, or adding wiki capabilities 
to existing applications.

Learn more about the MindTouch product: http://developer.mindtouch.com/ 
Learn more about MindTouch, Inc.: http://mindtouch.com/ 


    ----------------------
7.  What is MindTouch Dream?
    ----------------------

MindTouch Dream is a RESTful distributed application framework developed in
Mono/.NET. With Dream, a Web service is similar to an object, and features
interact through standard HTTP verbs. This design allows the developer to assume
an "idealized" world where everything a service comes into contact with is
accessed through Web requests. The Dream service library addresses common
problems, and the Dream runtime orchestrates all interactions without requiring
a Web server to be pre-installed on a target machine. Dream avoids unnecessary
abstractions and overhead for services by providing direct access to the rich,
distributed application capabilities of HTTP. It can be embedded into existing
web-application frameworks or operate independently.

MindTouch Dream manages all the complex aspects of interactive web services,
such as providing storage locations, database connections, event notifications,
automatic data conversion from XML to JSON and short-circuit communication for
co-hosted services. The platform enables developers to create enterprise-ready
service architectures with exceptional speed and ease.

Learn more about Dream: http://developer.mindtouch.com/dream 

    ----------------------
8.  MindTouch v. MindTouch Deki v. Deki Wiki
    ----------------------
MindTouch, through its natural evolution as a product, has gone by many names. 
It was originally called "Deki Wiki", then "MindTouch Deki", and was finally 
simplified in early 2009 to just "MindTouch." If you were looking for any of the 
other names... you've got it here, with MindTouch!

    ----------------------
9.  Additional Resources
    ----------------------

  * MindTouch, the commercial entity: 
        http://www.mindtouch.com
  * Corporate blog:
        http://www.mindtouch.com/blog
  * MindTouch Developer Center
        http://developer.mindtouch.com
  * Download source:
        http://developer.mindtouch.com/source_code   
        http://sourceforge.net/projects/dekiwiki
    Alternatively, you may contact:
    	MindTouch, Inc
    	555 West Beech Street Suite 501
    	San Diego, CA 92101   
  * Forums: 
        http://forums.developer.mindtouch.com
      
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10. Licenses
    ----------------------
   
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MindTouch and MindTouch Dream are licensed under GPL and LGPL 
respectively. Additionally, other components fall under the Debian Free 
Software Guidelines, which can be read about here: 
http://www.debian.org/social_contract. 


    

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