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Re: FW: access to code under AGPL v3

Voedsel.Coop, Ronald Wopereis
- 01/25/2016 08:20:40
i wonder what is worse
(a) someone wanting to steal my code
(b) nobody wanting to steal my code
i was just looking at someone from the fashion business where creativity rules rather than ip.
best regards, Ron

2016-01-25 12:12 GMT+01:00 Andreas Becker <>:

On Mon, Jan 25, 2016 at 4:22 PM, Alexandre Fayolle <> wrote:
it won't happen any time soon

This implies that it might happen in future when i.e. a module will be needed to work together with proprietary parts ;-). The fact that most parts got not relicensed until now from AGPL to LGPL when moving to Version 9 is not a real sign as most modules until now have been set only as uninstallable - nothing more.
But your statement clarifies the situation a bit more. Thanks Alexandre.
It would be much better if everybody could contribute with all these constraints and fears.

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