"McDaid, Aaron" said:
> > Yes. If you give them the executable, they should be
> > provided with source, and the license, if they ask for it.
> But what if the binary was executed on the server and
> displayed thru X? Or perl scripts server side. In that
> case the binary itself doesn't leave the server (unlike
> a shortcut to a share)
>> Similarly, what about this site:
Tim O'Reilly and (I think) kuro5hin.org have been discussing this on the
respective sites recently: Tim says "web-based applications may take the
teeth out of [...] the GPL". See
It's a quandary alright!
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