Joining forces vs. starting from scratch (was Re: Proposal to start a new implementation...)

Disaster Master disasterlistmanager at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 14:43:02 UTC 2017


On 4/16/2017, 10:36:59 AM, Robert Kaiser <kairo at kairo.at> wrote:
> They do not need to publicly make the code available (or make it 
> available to upstream), they only have to make it available to anyone 
> they give the binaries to, i.e. their customers.

But if the binaries are publicly available - say, in the form of trial
versions - wouldn't they still have to provide public access to the source?

I think you meant that they wouldn't have to only if the restrict access
to ANY of their binaries to paying customers.
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