On Mon, Jul 04, 2016 at 06:17:18PM -0000, Ralf Senderek wrote:
> It's not really clear how the additional sentence modifies
It does not modify "these requirements" at all. It states, that there are no
to providing source code to the user in every case. (SaaS is only one example)
The "requirements" are said to be about "redistribution" so it seems
to be a clarification about what "redistribution" means.
It would be helpful to know what other than conventional
redistribution and "running in a SaaS configuration" would trigger the
source code requirement.
> I suppose it suggests that the author equates "running
> in a SaaS configuration" as equivalent to "redistribution". This
> degree of restrictiveness is difficult to reconcile with either GPLv2
> or GPLv3.
There is no restrictiveness with respect to using the software, if source code is
provided to the
Possibly, but even if the license is free it might still be