Subject: Re: Possible OSI certification mark abuse
From: ynneb <ynneb@tlen.pl>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 15:47:08 -0700 (PDT)


Hmm.... I just installed the newest version (1.23.1 I think it was), and
while indeed the site doesn't mention it, the clause is still present in the
program itself: "free for non-commercial use, released under GPL" (it
displays on the main window when you click the DM2 in the systray).  I'm
guessing the authors forgot to remove it?  Should we nag them about it?

PS. Sorry about late reply - haven't had time.  Got my first IT job and I'm
slaving overtime to catch up :(  I guess we all gotta pay our dues.


mattflaschen wrote:
> 
> ynneb wrote:
>> Does this mean that DM2 can now be freely used in commercial environments
>> as
>> well, without author's explicit permission?
> 
> It would appear so.  It now says "DM2 is free for use." without any
> caveats, and still specifically puts the source under the GPL.
> 
> Matt Flaschen
> 
> 

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