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A PD library (or Public Domain Library) is a library of programs that were free to copy and distribute. The libraries were most often run by individuals.
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To get the software you would send them a letter in the post asking for their list. Then when you had chosen the software you wanted, you would write again with some money (to cover postage, disc and their time), and they would send back the software you requested.
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== France ==
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* [[Eurostrad]]
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== Great Britain ==
 
== Great Britain ==
  
 
* [[Adventure PD]]
 
* [[Adventure PD]]
 
* [[Dartsma]]
 
* [[Dartsma]]
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* [[Data PD]]
 
* [[Demon PD]]
 
* [[Demon PD]]
 
* [[DPD]]
 
* [[DPD]]
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* [[Robot PD]]
 
* [[Robot PD]]
 
* [[Scull PD]]
 
* [[Scull PD]]
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* [[Sheepsoft]]
 
* [[Tuck PD]]
 
* [[Tuck PD]]
 
* [[WACCI]]
 
* [[WACCI]]
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== Germany ==
 
== Germany ==
  
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* [[Martin Kotulla]] (1-12)
 
* [[PDI]]
 
* [[PDI]]
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== Ireland ==
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* [[Amsof PD]]
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[[Category:PD Library| ]]

Latest revision as of 09:00, 16 September 2015

A PD library (or Public Domain Library) is a library of programs that were free to copy and distribute. The libraries were most often run by individuals.

To get the software you would send them a letter in the post asking for their list. Then when you had chosen the software you wanted, you would write again with some money (to cover postage, disc and their time), and they would send back the software you requested.

France

Great Britain

Germany

Ireland