Friday 18 February 2022

Copyleft and Ownership

Some people have asked me about open source code. The following link is interesting. What it essentially highlights, is that someone who owns the copyright can license the same code under different licenses to different people. Of course, this different license would need a license agreement in place which would need mutual agreement between the parties, e.g., you could buy under a non-GPL agreement but we'd need a contract for this. Potentially, this is an option if anybody wants to establish a different license with me and build on my resources but not comply with the copy-left principals of the GPL, for example: