Dave Robillard wrote:
It's veeeery close though.
It's just using a modified GPL License which isn't clearly labelled as
such. IANAL but that makes LinuxSampler illegally licensed if someone
wanted to make a fuss about it. They call it GPL version 2 or 3 but it
has been modified so that nullifies it AFAIK. If they don't fix it and
someone does use their software to make a financial gain then it could
very easily be argued that the software is licensed as GPL 2 or 3 and
that makes it 100% open source.
It's good to know that the core team are reviewing the current license
as it would no doubt be messy for them to get caught short.
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