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Jul
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revised Using EC2 instance as main development platform
Fixed lots of spelling mistakes
Jun
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
16
answered The cost of longer delay between development and QA
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
10
accepted Could Go work with other user interfaces than Web?
May
2
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
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comment When is it acceptable to NOT fix broken windows?
That is the reason why our organization does not have managers: Open-Org.com ;)
Apr
15
answered When is it acceptable to NOT fix broken windows?
Mar
24
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
1
comment Does the LGPL allow me to do this?
LGPL 3.0 states: "Defining a subclass of a class defined by the Library is deemed a mode of using an interface provided by the Library." So this should be allowed, at least under LGPL 3.0.
Feb
26
accepted Under which circumstances will development advance faster with many contributors compared to few?
Feb
23
asked Under which circumstances will development advance faster with many contributors compared to few?
Jan
30
comment Is it considered “conveying” if I share modified LGPL v3 code on GitHub?
@KarlBielefeldt Excellent question (btw. that got you a vote in the moderator election, hope you want to get elected). I was considering modifying the source code and release the modifications (on GitHub) under a non-free license. It seems like there will be restrictions on the kind of modifications that can be released under a different license once the software is conveyed.
Jan
30
comment Is it considered “conveying” if I share modified LGPL v3 code on GitHub?
I agree that it is the intention of the license that I should be allowed to do this, but I am not sure whether it is the case after lawyers have a look at the license.
Jan
30
asked Is it considered “conveying” if I share modified LGPL v3 code on GitHub?
Jan
23
accepted What constitutes “distributing” for LGPL v3
Jan
23
comment What constitutes “distributing” for LGPL v3
Is the same true also for LGPL, which is the focus of the question, then?
Jan
22
comment What constitutes “distributing” for LGPL v3
Git is published under GPL v1 (as far as I can see), and I believe that there is a difference with regards to what constitutes distribution between GPL v1 and V3 (which was one of the reasons for creating a new version). I am though very unsure about, this.
Jan
22
comment What constitutes “distributing” for LGPL v3
@YannisRizos Excellent point! Javascript is just used for minor eye-candy features of the web application.