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- In our discussion with brett, he told us that projects can have multiple licenses if different parts are under different licenses. Then, to use that project, one must simply comply with all of the licenses used in that project. Therefore, we do not need to go around deleting multiple license references. -- Sudoman 19:42, 15 December 2011 (EST)
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