On Sat, Apr 10, 2004 at 09:46:29AM +0100, Matthew Seaman wrote: > There's no problem with selling GPL'd programs for money. As the > cant goes "Free speech, not free beer".
I guess I'm interpreting Section 1 too restrictively then. I took "You may charge a fee for the physical act of transferring a copy" to be fairly limiting on the magnitude of this fee. I guess it's not then. > All you have to do to comply with the GPL is make available the > sources to the software you're using to your customers, or let them > know how they can retrieve them from a third party. In this case, > probably just pointing them in the direction of the FreeBSD servers > would be sufficient. OK. > If you're dead against redistributing GPL'd stuff, you'll find it > difficult to produce a completely GPL-free setup: removing things > like the C compiler and gdb and texinfo is easy enough, but such > things as readline and the regex libraries are harder to deal with. I'm not against it. I just want to make sure I get the specifics of the license exactly right. :-) Thanks a lot for your input, Matthew. -- Paul. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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