Re: Summary (was: Distributing GPL Software as binary ISO)
> As the GPL says:
> (2) You can give them an offer to provide the source to anyone (not
> merely your own customers) at a later date--that's you, yourself, not
> some other third party--at cost alone.
How long is this offer valid? The GPL says "at least three years".
A non-profit third party copies CDs they purchased at Software Retailers
Inc. (SRI sells binary-1,2,3 and has source-1,2,3 at the customer service
desk), they can pass along the information about SRI providing the source
code. If this is 3 years (and 1 day) after SRI sold its last binary CDs,
and SRI has discarded their source copies, is there a violation?
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