[pp.int.general] Meet Our New Freind....Pirro =)
rms at gnu.org
Wed Mar 24 05:14:20 CET 2010
In effect, NC can be a counterpart to much of the GPL's restrictions,
where "I relesased the source, so anybody who uses the work has to do
it, too" is replaced with "I intend on this work to be distributed for
free, so anybody who uses it should distribute it for free, too".
I think the NC requirement does not mean "distribute it only gratis".
It is more strict than that. It limits all commercial distribution.
Perhaps that's the right thing to do; I don't want to say it isn't.
Meanwhile, would you want to make it a trademark?
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