- ... I m game, let me know when you re ready to go.Message 1 of 36 , Nov 21, 2006View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Grigoni <michael.grigoni@...> wrote:
>I'm game, let me know when you're ready to go.
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- In message: ... There s nothing wrong with selling GPL code. The wrongness is if you sell it and prevent the people you sellMessage 36 of 36 , Feb 20, 2007View SourceIn message: <45DB34F7.2060304@...>
Michael Grigoni <michael.grigoni@...> writes:
: > I have been following this for some time now and I really think I has
: > gone on for too long. I understand people want to get paid for their
: > work, but dont use GPL and open-sourced code to derive your work from
: > and sell it.
: Please read the thread carefully; nothing is 'going on' and nobody is
: 'selling' GPL code.
There's nothing wrong with selling GPL code.
The wrongness is if you sell it and prevent the people you sell it to
giving it away...