wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Wed Jun 20 21:59:36 UTC 2012
>> isn't it that once you release your own work as GPL you don't really
>> own this and even you cannot use it in closed source software?
> When you license something, you still own the copyright. You can then
> release it under other licenses as well, and for versions you have
> modified you can release it under another license *only* if you choose,
thanks of explanation. i believed that the rules of GPL affects everyone
including the programmer who wrote the code.
This is good as with programs that doesn't have huge list of authors, it
is still possible to get away from GPL.
Would be nice to see someday that term "Free software" will only mean free
software, not "free software but..."
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