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These are examples of e-mails sent to packages owners asking for a release of their package under GPL compatible licenses.
 
These are examples of e-mails sent to packages owners asking for a release of their package under GPL compatible licenses.
  
{{Note|this is only required if the code being requested is available for download ''only'' through File Exchange. Please read the [[FAQ#Why_can.27t_I_use_code_from_File_Exchange_in_Octave.3F_It.27s_released_under_a_BSD_license.21|FAQ]] to understand why permission is required in such cases. However, if, for example, the author also provides the code on their own homepage (or their university/institution homepage) under [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html#WhatDoesCompatMean GPL-compatible terms] (such as the [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html#ModifiedBSD modified BSD license]), there is no need to bother them with legalese. Of course, you could email them telling that you find their code useful; we all enjoy appreciation of our work.}}
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{{Note|this is only required if the code being requested is available for download ''only'' through File Exchange. Please read the [[FAQ#Why_can.27t_I_use_code_from_File_Exchange_in_Octave.3F_It.27s_released_under_a_BSD_license.21|FAQ]] to understand why permission is required in such cases. However, if, for example, the author also provides the code on their own homepage (or their university/institution homepage) under GPL-compatible terms, there is no need to bother them with legalese. Of course, you could email them telling that you find their code useful; we all enjoy appreciation of our work.}}
  
 
== real2rgb from File Exchange ==
 
== real2rgb from File Exchange ==

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