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Is there […] a specific open source license that combats this type of behaviour? No, there is no such license. And there cannot be. The ability to sell the software is a crucial part of the Open Source Definition. Any license that prohibits selling is by definition not Open Source. If I perhaps create and bundle a trademark inside my program, would ...


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I think you may be fighting a losing battle; I'm not sure how "I want to make my source code available to others to do more or less what they want to" (the definition of open source) is compatible with "I want to keep others from undercutting me on price." With that said, there are a few strategies that may or may not help: Trademark the product name, ...



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