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comment What is the most basic and simple platform for collaborative development (PHP project)?
Even though all answers here were helpful (and because of them I'm now seriously considering if there is a way to make em learn GIT/SVN), you're the only one who actually answered my question. Thanks man.
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comment What is the most basic and simple platform for collaborative development (PHP project)?
I neither have the option to pick other developers, nor to have them learn version control. Trust me, I'd prefer both. But I can't - that's the reason I have asked this question. There are plenty of amateur deveopers out there, what do they use?
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comment I created a program based on an LGPL project, and I'm not allowed to publish the source code
Really? I'm convinced you know more about this than me, David, but wikipedia says that you can even dynamically link to GPL-licensed libraries without having to publish under GPL: "For example, the GPL linking exception allows programs which do not license themselves under GPL to link to libraries licensed under GPL without thereby becoming subject to GPL requirements." So that makes me wonder now what the difference between GPL and LGPL is: I thought only LGPL allowed that.
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comment I created a program based on an LGPL project, and I'm not allowed to publish the source code
Interestingly, both Mozilla and OpenOffice.org are licensed under LGPL.
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comment I created a program based on an LGPL project, and I'm not allowed to publish the source code
I believe that I now understand LGPL fairly well in terms of legality. So I'm really asking you guys about how to make it work technically - though you're right of course - in case of doubt I'll consult a lawyer.
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comment I created a program based on an LGPL project, and I'm not allowed to publish the source code
Well, the LGPL code I used is an application, not a library.. so the question is whether I can turn it into a library or - like Lasse suggested - turn my code into a library and keep the rest LGPL/open
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