On Sunday 26 July 2009 00:14:45 Sampo Savolainen wrote:
The main point I remembered from the last thread with "Impro-Visor" in the=
title: It uses gpl software itself. Which means that it has to publish the=
modifications of that part at least.
And as the software is GPL licensed, the source _has_ to be made available =
least on request by ways equally convinient as the binaries (afaik this rul=
in the gpl-text wants to prevent that requests for the source-code have to =
written on 200$ notes or that the >1million lines of code are sent via fax =
If someone says software A is released as GPL and doesn't release the sourc=
(upon request) its not GPL. If software A uses GPL software it has to be va=
GPL software itself.
(I probably get corrected by Paul Davis in the next answer...)
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