This appendix contains pointers to various public domain or copyleft bits of code on the net which might contain wheels worth adding to (or using in conjuction with) Muq at some point.
Note: "Public Domain" is a term widely abused in the computer field. Legally, something is public domain only if it carries no copyright whatever. Most so-called "public domain" software does in fact carry a copyright.
However, language means what people use it to mean, myriad frustrated gradeschool teachers to the contrary. In this section I use "PD" in the contemporary sense of code which is freely usable for most reasonable purposes, and also "copyleft" for code which has a GNUish sort of licence.
Once again, I must point to the netnews FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) archive on rtfm.mit.edu (mnemonic: Read The Fine Manual) as a treasure trove of further pointers.
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