"You" means any person interested in using, modifying or distributing OST.
"Source form" means the text of the OST, in the Oberon-2 language.
"Object form" means the translation, as performed by a compiler or other program, of OST or part of OST into another, usually lower-level code (such as assembly language or machine language) intended for execution or interpretation.
2.1. Use OST, in source form or object form, as part of any software you develop and distribute to other parties.
2.2. Distribute the source of OST to other parties.
firstname.lastname@example.org that you present and discuss the changes in the comp.lang.oberon discussion group.
4. If you produce new programs based on OST or extending OST, you are encouraged, but not required, to make them available in the same way.
5. If you use OST (2.1) in source or object form for producing software that you distribute, you are encouraged, but not required, to include the following mention (or its translation into the language of the rest of the distribution, if other than English) in the documentation of your software, including textual documentation as well as online documentation such as "About..." entries:This product includes OST software from Christoph Steindl, used according to the terms of the Oberon Slicing Tool License (OSTL). See http://www.ssw.uni-linz.ac.at/Research/Projects/ProgramSlicing and, for the license terms, http://www.ssw.uni-linz.ac.at/Research/Projects/ProgramSlicing/OSTL.html. 6. If you distribute the source code of part or all of OST (2.2) you must:
7. You may not use the name of Christoph Steindl to endorse or promote products derived from OST without specific prior written permission.
8. THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.