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comment Softpedia published some of my open source projects — how to react?
Yep, as surprised as I am, "working" with them was really okay in the end. Not sure how useful sites like Softpedia really are to anyone, though, but that’s a different issue ;) .
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comment Softpedia published some of my open source projects — how to react?
Thanks for your view. I've actually gotten in touch with them and I think we might maybe sort some difficulties out and get the stuff back there.
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comment Softpedia published some of my open source projects — how to react?
Thanks for all comments. I've decided to request the removal. Let’s see what happens…
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comment Softpedia published some of my open source projects — how to react?
You're absolutely right of course. But since I'm given the chance to "have my work removed", I'd now like to see how people handle this generally? Do you use different licenses to avoid this? Am I getting confused over nothing?
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comment Softpedia published some of my open source projects — how to react?
I don't really know how I feel about this :D — hence the question. It’s not a "they make money with my stuff by I don’t" situation. Hell, I'm happy if someone can make some cash by using one of my scripts in his/her work. I'm just not sure if that's the case by simply half–assed "hosting" the code and glueing some ads onto it.
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comment Softpedia published some of my open source projects — how to react?
It's MIT & GPL. Might want to mention that I'm being told: "If you feel that having your product listed on Softpedia is not a benefit for you or simply need something changed or updated, please contact us […]".
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