ZiaTioN wrote:Actually what is done is done as far as GPLv2 code goes. Any company that currently has something licensed under GPLv2 can and probably will continue to make profit off of others free and open contributions.
JoeDude wrote:It also would prevent a tiVO'ish scenario happening again. You wouldn't be able to lock code away in hardware and not be able to alter the code without the hardware working. v3 would force them to go to the author of the code and strike up a deal for his permission and a % of the take to make this legal.
As I understand it anyway.
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