Open source, closed source, and the value of code

Robert Mann rman at free.fr
Wed Mar 2 11:25:24 EST 2016


yap.. in that respect.. with all respect to live code and every team member..
I honestly earnastly was astonished by the virulence of the clause
forbidding any tier to take a community work and turn it into a commercial
application.

I sort of "naively" believed that there was quite a good positive ecosystem
between community hobbyist or a specially updated desktop only hobiist
version because things have become so complex that to fine tune a hobbits
app into an iOS app a guy who already is experienced in bringing an app to
IOs  could well be a very good thing.

But then it's.. none of my business...
I just needed to know where to stand on.



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