Re: Transity: GPL-licensed but Free only for Non-Commercials
But again I say that this program is GPL-licensed, but it can be used
freely (of charge) for non commercial purposes only, but proprietary
(one must purchase license) for commercial use.
So I think this could violate DFSG #6, right?
On 20/12/19 16.21, Mihai Moldovan wrote:
* On 12/20/19 9:59 AM, Bagas Sanjaya wrote:
Recently I stumble upon Transity [https://github.com/feramhq/transity],
a plain-text accounting system a la (H)Ledger.
However, when I saw the README, it says:
Transity is licensed under GPL-3.0-or-later and can be used free of charge at non-profits and for evaluation. For long-term usage, however, please make sure to purchase a license at [link redacted].
Is it acceptable for inclusion into Debian main, given the condition above?
It seems like that it would roughly correspond to something like "please
donate". Not binding, but a mere request.
Not problematic in my opinion.
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