On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 13:49, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
> On Fri, 14 May 2004, Paul Jakma wrote:
> > You're allowed to ask whatever price you want for GPL software.
>> No you're not - it must be "reasonable". Otherwise you could offer to
> ship the sourcecode for $WEALTH_OF_PLANET+1 and claim you're GPL-clean.
> The word "reasonable" is in the GPL specifically to nobble this, albeit
> not very precisely.
Nope. As Paul says "You're allowed to ask whatever price you want for
GPL software". However, once said software is sold, you must provide
access to the _source_ for a reasonable price.
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