|kmhryhpdblyx on Sun, 20 Jul 2003 09:09:05 -0400|
At 10:09 PM 7/19/2003 -0400, you wrote:
That is, you could fork the code, assign a proprietary license to the forked code, and go about your business. But the gpl'ed copy would stay gpl'ed, and you couldn't prevent people from using or making derived works from the gpl'ed copy.
Are you sure you have to fork it? I thought you could release your code to the community under the GPL and also take that same code, shrink-wrap it, slap a proprietary license on it and sell it in a store. But it would be the exact same code, just different licenses. This assume that you own the copyright of course.
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