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Re: Enterprise: Is it allowed to use AGPL community modules?by André P. <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 06/10/2015 07:12:35
2015-10-06 10:50 GMT+01:00 Alan Bell <email@example.com>:
On 05/10/15 19:19, Dominique Chabord wrote: > 2015-10-05 20:03 GMT+02:00 Alan Bell <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > > > > > and yes, there will be as many opinions as there are participants, but I > > completely agree with the OCA/ODOO meeting conclusions and the diagrams here > > https://odoo-community.org/blog/oca-news-1/post/oca-odoo-meeting-on-licenses-21 > > > > Alan. > > > > I think we reach an agreement. > In this document, OCA says "our interpretation of the license for our modules." > Do you admit this agreement doesn't engage authors of modules which is > not copy-righted by OCA ? > It is all what this thread is about, I think. so, what would your interpretation of the license be? That you can't install your AGPL module on an Enterprise install? If so, clarify that is your intent in your license file and then re-read freedom 0 http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html
Freedom 0 is for users - if you want to just use Odoo internally, you don't need to abide by the AGPL redistribution clauses (unlike what some people claim, the (A)GPL licenses do _not_ force you to give back, their purpose is to make you give forward to subsequent users).
But if you're a company that hosts Odoo for others, you're no longer in the role of the user; your clients are, and you are required to grant _them_ those rights.
So, to the question "you can't install your AGPL module on an Enterprise install?", that depends on who [you] are. Are you a user? Or a redistributor?