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Co-Founder @ Goblinsama S.r.l.s.

93.3333 degrees that's why they call me Mr. Celsius


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awarded  Good Answer
Apr
6
comment Client wants source code, but it contains a lot of shared code I reuse with other projects
@GuntramBlohm free of charge? Are you serious?
Apr
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
5
comment Licensing of content created by licensed code
@JörgWMittag it would not be "free software", maybe, but the definition of "open source" is not so widely accepted…
Apr
5
comment Client wants source code, but it contains a lot of shared code I reuse with other projects
@CodeAngry nope. It's yours, unless agreed otherwise…
Apr
5
comment Client wants source code, but it contains a lot of shared code I reuse with other projects
BUT also consider that detecting source code misuse is incredibly difficult, especially if you aren't searching for it. Don't blindly trust a license: for some people it's just a piece of paper.
Apr
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
5
answered How long do I have to provide the source code for a LGPL-library?
Apr
5
comment Client wants source code, but it contains a lot of shared code I reuse with other projects
@CodeAngry "should"? No. Only if they pay the right amount of money.
Apr
5
answered Client wants source code, but it contains a lot of shared code I reuse with other projects
Mar
8
comment Can someone relicense my code, then sue me for distributing it?
@Ixrec boardgames.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/legal as I said, plenty. And that's a good thing. I can't stand the stupid mania of closing them.
Mar
8
comment Can someone relicense my code, then sue me for distributing it?
@Ixrec gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/legal
Mar
8
comment Can someone relicense my code, then sue me for distributing it?
@Ixrec gamedev.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/legal
Mar
8
comment Can someone relicense my code, then sue me for distributing it?
What would stop them from suing you completely at random, even if they weren't using your code?
Mar
8
comment Can someone relicense my code, then sue me for distributing it?
@Ixrec this is totally wrong. Legal questions are allowed in many many SE sites.
Mar
8
comment Can I use GPL libraries temporarily for prototyping and make the future code closed source?
tl;dr AFAIK as long as it's not distributed to the public, you can basically do whatever you want, legally (and ethically). Only pay attention not to distribute older versions when you have the new one (i.e. if you ever want to open the repository, you would have to create a new one starting from the version without GPL software).