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May
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answered How can we use Tine 2.0 in our closed source software product, without violating the AGPL?
Apr
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comment Commercial use for embedded system
Since you are selling this make sure you charge enough to cover the cost of consulting a lawyer that is familiar with Open Source licensing and then consult that lawyer.
Mar
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comment Use of Unmodified AGPLv3 lib - am I AGPL too?
Are the only users of your application (either web or desktop) employees of your company?
Feb
14
answered License for my Software
Feb
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comment License for my Software
Are you a regular "W-2" employee, a 1099 contractor, or a contract employee via a third party. This will impact the answer. Are you an exempt or non-exempt employee?
Feb
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answered GPLv3 code in non-GPL software — linking vs. CLI
Jan
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answered Question regarding ExtJS 4 GPL/commercial license
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Dec
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comment Does a GPL Bison grammar infect my application?
@MichaelT Yes but if he means that the grammar itself is covered by the GPL (e.g. it was taken from a GPL program) then the GPL of the grammar will probably make his program a derived work. Clarification of the actual question is needed.
Dec
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comment Does a GPL Bison grammar infect my application?
Please clarify. Do you mean the grammar (i.e. the input to Bison) is GPL or are you concerned about using Bison because it it GPL?
Dec
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comment How do I comply to GPL in case of Appliance?
You are correct, that is why I would advocate using FreeBSD or other BSD and/or Apache licensed software on appliances.
Dec
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answered How do I comply to GPL in case of Appliance?
Dec
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answered ExtJs License for free application
Oct
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comment TotalPhase Aardvark driver's GPL license
Not quite true. You can statically link to the LGPL library as long as you provide unlinked object files that can be used to rebuild the application with a modified version of the LGPL library. (see LGPL Version 3, section 4d0.)
Sep
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answered Future of a ServiceStack based Solution in the Context of Licensing