Re: Ghostscript licensing changed to AGPL
> Yes. But this isn't as bad as you think, because the source
> availability requirement exists only if you modify the AGPL'd
I don't think that this is the case. Firstly, because it leaves a
practical loophole in the AGPL:
-Person A takes some software under the AGPL.
-Person A privately gives the new software to Person B under the AGPL.
-Person B publishes the new program without source, because they haven't
Considering the legal aspects, the rule for verbatim copies only applies
to distribution in source form. The 5 options for distributing object
form all require offering source in some way.