On Mon, 2003-06-02 at 17:31, Sean Egan wrote: > This indicates that the plugin must be released by terms of the GPL (or > GPL-compatible) license. Obviously now it is not GPL-compatible, > regardless of whether it's distributed as source or as binaries. I'm pretty sure that the source code to gaim-encryption is not a derivative work of gaim; thus, the GPL's requirements do not apply to the source. See Lotus v. Borland, for example.
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