On Wednesday 19 Jan 2005 20:59, David Megginson wrote:
> The redistributors either have
> to include the full original distribution, unmodified (including any
> README files, etc.) or else they have to provide a way to get it --
> that tells their customers that there's a way to get the same stuff
> for free, so unless they're adding some other kind of value, they're
> not going to make any money.
> All the best,
Thats a good example.
If someone were to stick *all* of FG onto CD / DVDs and sell it, there is
added value in terms of the bandwidth saved (What is FG now? 12GB or more inc
Of course, anyone doing so would need to make clear that FG is GPL software
and freely available on-line. This is rather like the Open-Office.org
resellers guidline policy.
Whether it would even be profitable or wothwhile to do such a thing is another
matter; it must surely be a shrinking market with the uptake of broadband.
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