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@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ Several people have come to me over the past few weeks about licensing. They (co
*What does this mean for forks?*
-Good question. It is my totally-not-a-lawyer belief that the change in license affects all versions of the code starting with [this one](Easter Egg for those paying attention. Obviously, I can't actually link to the commit that actually performed the license change from a file changed in that very commit. OR COULD I?! In theory, there exists some extra data that I could append onto this README such that I could include a link to the commit in which the license was updated from a file contained within that commit. Given SHA's propensity for muddling up given only minor changes, it goes to reason that the infinite set of possible appendices I could attach to this file which are, by the very nature of the SHA algorithm, evenly distributed across a finite set of hashes, the pigeon hole principle tells us that there should not only be a single, but an infinite number of appendices that satisfy my needs. Sadly, I lack the arbitrary number of centuries/processors to brute force even a single such appendix. So I'll just do another commit real quickly and swap out the link. Sure, I could have just waited to add the question until after the license-changing commit. But that wouldn't have resulted in such a fun math lesson! I <3 math. G.G. -Pete).
+Good question. It is my totally-not-a-lawyer belief that the change in license affects all versions of the code starting with [this one](https://github.com/plamoni/SiriProxy/commit/5f9d4a66b6c01488325680cbce59a5a3e69d0de7).
If you forked the project before this commit and you want to use the new license, I recommend (to be on the safe side, and remember, I'm totally not a lawyer) that you re-fork from this commit or a future one and then merge/patch in your changes. Should be pretty simple with Git.
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