On Sunday, Sep 7, 2003, at 14:10 US/Eastern, Andreas Barth wrote:
Think of the DRM-version of the binary and the non-DRM-version as the source. It is certain legal to give away binaries (aka DRM-enabled versions) as long as you also provide access to the source.
Sure. You can offer/provide it alongside, or you can give the offer (good for three years) to provide it at cost.
I think the effect is essentially the same...