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Once you have a working application, the next step is to decide how and where to distribute it. You might be writing it for yourself, but most likely you will have a wider audience and have a set schedule for releasing it. There are a number of decisions to be made and tasks to be performed before you can do that, however. This process consists primarily of packaging and distribution, but it begins with licensing.
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See GNU Operating System, “GNU General Public License,” http://propython.com/gpl .
See Open Source Initiative, “Licenses by Name,” http://propython.com/osi-licenses .
See GNU Operating System, “Various Licenses and Comments about Them,” http://propython.com/fsf-licenses .
See Distributing Python Modules, “2. Writing the Setup Script,” http://propython.com/distutils-setup .
See Cygwin, http://propython.com/cygwin .
See Python Package Index (PyPl), http://propython.com/pypi .
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