MySQL and open source
ruslan_zasukhin at valentina-db.com
Sat Nov 27 09:06:46 EST 2010
On 11/27/10 3:37 PM, "Mark Schonewille" <m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com>
>> But exists yet NOT users, and even direct competitors.
>> With GPL you must open your source to them all.
> This is absolutely not true. I explained this in theh article.
May be then explain please once again?
Because then it seems not only me is confused :-)
On 11/27/10 2:42 PM, "Björnke von Gierke" <bvg at mac.com> wrote:
> The GPL mandates that anyone can get the code.
> The GPL does not mandate how and when you give
> the source code to other people, only that you must do it.
how and *** when ***
joke about "100 years delay" in fact is true ? :-)
If this is true, then yes, this is big challenge personally for me.
Then I think all closed-source software can claim that we all are GPL, and
ready to open our sources, e.g. 100-1000 years later.
I.e. Oracle and MS SQL can claim they are open source? :-)
Just 1000 years later ? Wait please ...
Is this right?
But again. I think the only final word can give lawyer experts in this area.
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