* David Garamond <lists / zara.6.isreserved.com> [0131 17:31]:
> Suppose I modify Ruby 1.8.2, create some incompatible changes, and call 
> it "Ruby 1.8.99". Can I distribute it within my own company? (I assume 
> yes?) Can I distribute it open-source+Freely on the Internet? What if I 
> call it "SuperRuby 1.0", or "DavesRuby 1.0" or "Topaz 1.0"? Would that 
> be called a fork? How does the Ruby copyright/license regulate forks?

I think it's a BSD-alike licence, so yes, so long as the derived work
gives credit.

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