More information on Thue can be found on the esolangs.org wiki
[entry for Thue](http://esolangs.org/wiki/Thue).
-All files in this distribution are "essentially in the public domain".
-John's original license text can be found in `doc/license.txt`. (In it,
-the phrase "this file" referred to the archive in which all the Thue files
-were distributed.) He placed the files he wrote (implementation, spec, and
-examples) basically into the public domain, with the proviso that he be
-contacted by anyone who wanted to do "anything interesting" with the files,
-including modifying them.
-Unfortunately, the email address he left for this purpose, with the claim
-that it would be kept current, is no longer active. Thus, one can probably
-reasonably assume that he is no longer interested in what happens to his
-Thue sources, and that they are unconditionally in the public domain;
-however, I am not a lawyer, etc. etc.
-Frédéric's implementation, and example source, are much less questionably in
-the public domain; his only proviso is that he be given credit for what he
-wrote (and not be given credit for any changes or additions that he did not
-write.) Actually, as I understand it (but again, I am not a lawyer etc etc),
-putting something into the public domain does not take away one's moral
-rights to proper credit, so this isn't very much (if at all) different from
-just being in the public domain.
-I, Chris Pressey, hereby place my implementation in Ruby, my example Thue
-programs in `eg`, and the contents of this README, into the public domain,
-under the Creative Commons [CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication].
-The following example files were taken from the [esolangs.org wiki], and
-are thus also under the CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication:
-[CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication]: http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
-[esolangs.org wiki]: http://esolangs.org/
+Contents in this distribution are "essentially in the public domain" (scare
+quotes intentional.) See the file LICENSE for more information.