"alex stone" writes:
> we just want to avoid somebody to directly make money with our work,
But that's really the funny thing here. Your software isn't from the
free/open source software communities. It doesn't conform to neither
the free software definition nor the open source definition.
I'm glad that GPLv3 fixes this issue, cause if you state that the
software is under GPLv3 you may not impose any further restrictions on
the work, if I read the license correctly.
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