> For a really precise precis, the GPL requires that you provide, or make
> available, to party B the source code to any binary you provide
> to party B.
> The GPL doesn't require that you make either source or binaries publicly
> available i.e. available for the world and its mother to download at your
> bandwidth cost. Does Redhat make RHES SRPMs publicly available on
> its website?
> If so, I'd suggest that they are going above and beyond the call
> of the GPL.
They are. And fair play to them.
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