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Re: community license use in hosted envirnmentby
2016-05-31 6:37 GMT+02:00 Andreas Becker <email@example.com>: > > On Tue, May 31, 2016 at 12:41 AM, Dominique Chabord > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> No, if you are using LGPL base (v9.0) Agree. Everything proprietary you >> build on top of LGPLed code is ok. If you don't distribute copies of the >> LGPL parr, you don't have to publish. > > Sorry, but this is again wrong interpretation of LGPL. You should read before talking. You would save time. LGPL is similar to GPL, no need for blahblah to say the same.. > > I'm afraid this is a cold case now, but even OCA modules can be used, > unchanged or published. You need this mix if you require for example > an AGPL module in your proprietary approach but it doesn't seem to be > in your goal. > > This is a wrong interpretation too. It is OCA interpretation, not mine and I answer to someone who did not show any intention to do it.