On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 09:23:10PM -0700, manhapt vn wrote:
> My company is an software outsourcing company. We're managing 
> documents/source codes of all projects using SVN.
> 
> Git is great and truly fast. I really like it.

Yes, it's really rather good isn't it?

> I want to setup Git on our host and change to Git. 
> Git is released under the
> GPLv2<https://github.com/git/git/blob/master/COPYING> open source
> license <http://www.opensource.org/docs/osd>. I do not modify Git ,
> just want to run it on our server. 
> 
> So is there any restriction to acquire a commercial license?

No.  First of course there is no commercial license to acquire for git
itself, you can just start to use it.  If you make no changes to the
git source code there are no obligations to fulfil, all participation
in the community (e.g. answering questions on this list) are
completely voluntary.

/M

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