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RE: licensing NOT clear for me
- To: Bernard Dautrevaux <DAUTREVAUX@microprocess.com>, 'DJ Delorie' <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
- Subject: RE: licensing NOT clear for me
- From: Micke Hovm÷ller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 10:21:07 +0100
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> From: Bernard Dautrevaux [mailto:DAUTREVAUX@microprocess.com]
> > From: DJ Delorie [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Still, you'd have to generate a new signed file every day
> (to get the
> > full 3-year term) and the user can always download a new one to
> > illegally extend their term.
> Or just put a date till which you are ready to provide the source that
> is 4 years after the date of the PGP-signed message then
> re-generate it
> each year; not such a hard thing to do....
No, maybe not. But doesn't the fact that we even discuss this prove
beyond any doubt that providing free non-profit software to others as a
service is ***WAY*** too complicated at the moment?
I understand the objectives of the GPL, but in practice this is NOT a
good way to solve the problen, IMHO.
If I write a piece of code and give it away to others under the
condition that they in turn keep giving it away for free, why should I
have any more hassle with that?
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