Sorry Andreas... this is out of context.

Yes, the use cases you describe are correct.

What is not legit is distributing modifications of the software
(derivatives) in order to put your own look and feel on it
(re-branding) without permission.

Hope this clarifies our current license structure.


> >> Which to me would mean I can put FireANT on a CD I gave away, or put it
> >> on a web site for people to download, as long as I didn't sell the CD or
> >> charge for the download. It also suggests I could make no changes to it
> >> in doing so, like brand it with my own look/feel/etc.
> >
> > Not without getting permission... or a separate license.
> What? If FireANT is licensed under the by-nc-nd license I am free to
> (among other things) copy and distribute the work non-commercially. If you
> don't want people doing that change the license. If you feel that the
> by-nc-nd license does not give me that right you might want to re-read the
> license text...
> Under the by-nc-nd it is perfectly legit for me to make a copy and start
> offering downloads free of charge - or to hand out cds with FireANT to all
> my friends. You gave me that right when you picked the license.
> - Andreas
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