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>    1. Re: Names of Wikimedia languages and other matrix
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> Date: Sun, 4 Oct 2015 19:47:58 +0200
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> Milos Rancic, 20/05/2015 10:36:
>> May somebody clarify that Unicode data is free? PD or CC-BY-SA
>> compatible.
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> Sure. The license __for data and software__ is
> http://unicode.org/copyright.html#Exhibit1 which is a BSD 3-clause
> license with trivial changes to make it even clearer and freer, such as
> the removal of the term "binary form" and "other materials".
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> CLDR data is embedded in most free software, e.g. via ICU, packages for
> which are available e.g. in Debian which is notoriously restrictive as
> regards licenses. https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=icu
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> Besides, language names are evidently not copyrightable and Unicode
> makes no attempt to state the contrary. (Their license is still useful
> for sad places like EU where the set of names could be considered
> subject to sui generis database rights.)
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> Nemo
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