On 26 Jun 2001, Michael R. Bernstein wrote:
> DC has been up-fron about how they make money. They do so by selling
> development services using Zope as a toolkit/platform.
Yes, and forcing those paying customers to use GPL is very hard (and not
very nice, either).
> Well, I guess the issue is whether you think that redistribution of a
> proprietary version of Zope itself is a good or bad thing.
No, that's not the issue, since I don't believe there will ever be a large
successfull proprietary version of Zope. I think that is where we differ
in opinions. Which is something that can only be tested by applying time
on it :).
> As a possible scenario, let's suppose that someone wanted to create a
> content mangement solution for the southeast asian market.
I just don't think it would be very successfull. Zope isn't the type of
application that would be great as a closed-source one. I just can't see
that happen; maybe I'm too naive.
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