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There was a license change in the new version. You can't include it in a for profit product anymore.
It doesn't affect me, but it seemed like something people might want to know.
Posted Mar 29, 2007 11:36 UTC (Thu) by gypsumfantastic (guest, #31134)
It seems odd that Our Editor missed this sad state of affairs.
Posted Mar 29, 2007 13:30 UTC (Thu) by jake (editor, #205)
It's somewhere in between open source and proprietrary, if I remember my definitions correctly. All of the source is available and can be modified and distributed (as patches). What you cannot do is sell it for more than the cost of distribution.
> It seems odd that Our Editor missed this sad state of affairs.
Well, in this case, our Editor is hardly to blame. This author *is*. FWIW, it was on my mental list to get into the story, but never made the actual list or (obviously) the actual story. Kudos to error27 for pointing it out.
Posted Mar 29, 2007 15:37 UTC (Thu) by rfunk (subscriber, #4054)
Posted Mar 29, 2007 18:03 UTC (Thu) by kh (subscriber, #19413)
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