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Many thanks to the authors of FLEX software and hardware for releasing their products to the FLEX User Group for republication.
Of course the original copyright remains in the hands of the original owner.
In (western) alphabetical order:
From (c) Ron Anderson
     (PAT editor + loads of example programs):
>I hereby release any software I wrote including a lot
>of miscellaneous utilities and PAT, the screen editor
>to the public domain.  It appears that the FLEX Users
>Group is snowballing, with a lot of cooperative
>people giving permission for distribution of their
>efforts. I have to join the pack. I hope somebody out
>there has some fun with all this nice (small) software.

From (c) Nigel Bennée
     (Lucidata - www.lucidata.com)
>Any 6800/6809 software that I wrote or Lucidata
>supplied for the TSC Flex or Uni-Flex operating
>systems that you have in your possession may be 
>freely distributed without restriction. I hereby
>place it in the public domain.  This includes the 
>Lucidata P6800 Pascal for FLEX (6800 and 6809),
>Color Computer, Dragon etc.  
>No warranties are expressed or implied, and no
>support will be available from the author(s).
>Dave Gibby has confirmed he concurs with this act.

From (c) Adrian Cockcroft
     (Small-C)
>Any 6800/6809 software that I wrote that you have
>in your possession may be freely distributed without 
>restriction. I hereby place it in the public domain. 
>This includes the Small-C compiler and its manual. 
>No warranties are expressed or implied, and no support 
>will be available from the author - Adrian Cockcroft.

From (c) Tom Crosley
     (PIE editor + SPL/M):
>Any 6800/6809 software that I wrote that you have
>in your possession may be freely distributed without 
>restriction. I hereby place it in the public domain. 
>This includes the PIE editor for FLEX (6800 and 6809), 
>including the Radio Shack Color Computer. 
>No warranties are expressed or implied, and no support 
>will be available from the author.

From (c) Jack Doremus
     (Adventure for the 6800/09):
>Copyrights are good for 20 years, and the date on my
>TX-1 form is February 1981. HOWEVER, I hereby renounce
>all copyright rights to "Adventure for the 6800/09", 
>and if you want to use it for whatever purposes including
>for profit, FEEL FREE!!  As long as it comes up reading
>"by Jack Doremus", I've got my credit.

From (c) Chuck Eaker
     (Forth for Flex, CoCo)
>Any software that I wrote that you have in your
>possession may be freely distributed without restriction.
>I hereby place it in the public domain.
>This includes the Forth versions for FLEX (6800 and 6809)
>and the CoCo.

From (c) Dan Farnsworth  NEW!
>You have my permission to use, publish or copy
>any of the software I have written for the Flex or REXDOS
>operating system, the MONK monitor, RXDOS, ASMK, EDDI,
>SPELLB and PARASOL, KRACK, KRACKER, EDDI and the numerous
>utility programs.

From (c) Ray Goff
>Any FLEX software that I wrote either as Ray Goff, 
>FON Electronics or Metaphor Developments Inc., may be 
>freely distributed without restriction. I hereby place 
>it in the public domain, hoping that it will give 
> somebody the same buzz that I got when the 6809 was 
>'state of the art'. I am happy to provide email
>support at raygoff at compuserve dot com

From (c) Frank Hoffman
     (LLOYD I/O Software http://www.lloydio.com)
>All software programs that I wrote for the FLEX
>6800/6809 operating system may be freely distributed
>without restriction -- I hereby place the FLEX 
>6800/6809 binaries and user documentation into the
>public domain, with the understanding that no
>warranties are expressed or implied, and no support
>will be available from the author. Just one restriction,
>I get a copy of anything you do.
>I look back upon this era with fond memories.
>Good success to you all.

From (c) Allan G. Jost
     (Dynasoft Pascal, Dyna-C, DynaForm, and DynaStar)
>Any 6800/6809 software that I wrote prior to 1990 that 
>you have in your possession may be freely distributed 
>without restriction. I hereby place it in the public 
>domain. 
>This includes both the FLEX and OS-9 versions of
>Dynasoft Pascal, Dyna-C, DynaForm, and DynaStar.
>No warranties are expressed or implied, and no support
>will be available from the author.

From (c) Bud Pass:
>Any FLEX or COCO software that I wrote that you have in 
>your possession may be freely distributed without  
>restriction. I hereby place it in the public domain.

From (c) Richard Pennington
     (Introl C, Introl - www.introl.com):
>If you can find a copy of Introl-C for FLEX I would be 
>more than happy to release it so you can put it on the
>CD-ROM. Unfortunately, we seem to have lost all our copies :)
>P.S. I was actually the guy that originally wrote that beast.

From (c) Dale L. Puckett:
>Any software that I wrote that you have in your 
>possession may be freely distributed without restriction. 
>I hereby place it in the public domain.
>This includes Esther and DynaSpell and any other programs 
>I published through FHL for FLEX (6800 and 6809) [and the
>Coco].

From (c) M. J. Randall
     (Cedric screen-oriented text editor)
>Any 6800/6809 software that I wrote
>supplied for the TSC Flex or Uni-Flex operating
>systems that you have in your possession may be
>freely distributed without restriction. I hereby
>place it in the public domain.  This includes the
>editor "Cedric" and any associated documentation
>No warranties are expressed or implied, and no
>support will be available from the author.

From (c) Robert Reimiller
     (OmegaSoft Pascal, now Certified Software)
>>In fact, if you have stopped selling the FLEX program 
>>so long ago, would you consider releasing them to 
>>public domain (unsupported of course)?
>I don't see any harm in that.

From (c) Dave Shirk
     (TSC copyright holder):
>As the copyright holder to FLEX - I am giving you permission 
>to do what you please - which includes making some bucks - 
>if possible.
>It was a fun time of the computer era which few will never 
>know - so if you can share some of that love for 4KB, 8 byte
>computers - more power to you!
>Just one requirement.  I get notified or a copy of anything 
>you do. You have my full support!

From (c) John Spray
     (Whimsical)
>I would be happy for you to have whimsical in the archive.

From (c) Graham Trott
     (ex-Windrush, now QuickShow - www.pobox.co.uk/~gt)
>As far as releasing into public domain, I have no problem
>with this. You're welcome to the entire caboodle 
>- if it can be found - MACE, XMACE, ASM05 and PL/9

From (c) Robert Uiterwyk
>I can give the FLEX user's group rights to the rest of 
>the stuff i.e 4k Basic & MicroBasic, as well as the 
>rudimentary editor, etc.(The later 2 were both published
>in full in SWTP's early newsletters, If you can find copies.

From (c) David C. Wiens
     (ST-2900 + FLEX Utilities) 
>Any software that I wrote for the FLEX operating system 
>may be freely distributed without restriction 
>-- I hereby place it (source code and binaries and 
>documentation) into the public domain, with the understanding
>that no warranties are expressed or implied, and no support
>will be available from the author.


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