I am curious over the text "[Non-Commercial]", which displays in the title
of all windows of QGIS version 0.7.4 under Windows XP. At first glance,
without making a substantial effort to digest the GNU General Public
License, three possibilities spring to mind:
1. The program is licensed free of charge.
2. Because the program is licensed free of charge there is NO WARRANTY.
3. The program may not be used to perform a commercial service, e.g.
My understanding of the license and the exception clauses is that points 1
and 2 are correct interpretations, but point three is incorrect. Do you
think new users, especially those new to the free software world, might draw
the incorrect interpretation of the text "[Non-Commercial]", which is so
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