On Sat, 15 May 2004 19:13:19 +0100 (IST), Paul Jakma <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> Also, try the GPL Quiz:
Ok, this was instructive.
I have a question about 3.a vs 3.b though.
I had not noticed the import of the "any third party" clause of 3.b
before. There is no mention of "any third party" in 3.a. I take this
to mean that under 3.a source code must only be provided to the person
receiving the binaries and not "any third party" as would be the case
when distributing the binary without source code, thus having to comply
Is this reading of 3.a correct?
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