Full GPL?  Wouldn't that prohibit people from distributing models without source?  [hmmm, maybe it's not possible to do so...]

Anyway, congratulations Seth.  Also I note a bunch of Scala in the NetLogo source.  How long have you guys been embedding Scala in the system?


On Feb 11, 2012, at 2:13 PM, Seth Tisue wrote:

> Sean> Wait, NetLogo's gone fully open source?  When did this happen,
> Sean> Seth?
> Yes, GPL license since October.  (MASON and other toolkits being open
> source already was helpful for this, so, thank you.)
> -- 
> Seth Tisue | Northwestern University |
> lead developer, NetLogo: