On 29 Jul 2009, at 02:29, email@example.com wrote:
> On Tuesday 28 July 2009 20:32:03 you wrote:
Wrong. Because Bob violated the GPL, right? Remember? I'm pretty sure
I'm telling you something you already knew here, but he DIDN'T release
the source code for the preview release. He SHOULD have but he DIDN'T,
so you never got the GPL'd source with the preview mods in it. This
put him in violation of jMusic's license but it did NOT magically
grant you copyright, copyleft or copyanything to the code he should
have released, but didn't.
This isn't about decompiling GPL code. Its about decompiling a binary
that was released, without source, in violation of the GPL. (Please
tell me you remember that Bob was VIOLATING the GPL? Please?). He
SHOULD have licensed his modifications under the GPL but he DIDN'T
(remember?) which means you don't have a license for the modifications.
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