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____/ Kelsey Bjarnason on Monday 26 January 2009 19:01 : \____
> Now let's suppose they do this and make money off it, say by bundling it
> in a commercial media production distro. Is this a problem? Do I care?
> No, not as long as they're adhering to the licensing terms, namely, if
> they're building apps incorporating my code, they have to provide the
> subsequent sources. Beyond that, I don't care, let 'em make money off it
> if they can; I already got out of it exactly what I wanted to.
A lot of companies view it similarly. They pay people to write the code they
*need*. If others might find it useful as well, let them have it. It might
even serve as free PR gig to the company that funded it.
~~ Best of wishes
"Linux is a very complete and sophisticated operating system. And there is a
lot of work being done to improve it in and of itself, particularly to make it
easier to use and easier for people to set up on their personal computers."
--Paul Maritz, senior vice-president, Microsoft
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