On Sat, Apr 10, 2004 at 01:55:23AM -0700, Cory Petkovsek wrote:

> Your own proprietary binaries you can distribute along side the GPL
> and BSD code, provided you don't have GPL code within your programs.
> It can all be bundled together as long as you have licensing,
> copyrights and required source as part of the package (or possibly
> available, but not part of the package).

Thanks for that.  Again, then, I think I was interpreting the text of
the license too restrictively---obviously my own code does not become
a derivative work just because it's sitting on the same disk.  (Not
sure why I thought it would.)

Thanks for the input, Cory.


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