On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 09:42:31PM -0700, B. Jack wrote:
> The main exception might be if a company provides a paid-subscription-only
> network service that communicates with a GIMP plugin released under AFERO
> license then said company would need to provide all subscribers with the
> source code that implements the paid service being used. If the plugin is
> integrated tightly enough derivative work copyright rules come into play
> and the whole integrated system source may need to be released to satisfy
> the license. AFERO is more restrictive than plain GPL.

But this is still not an exception to commercial use.

Matthew Miller           mat...@mattdm.org          <http://mattdm.org/>
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