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|From:||Leonardo Francalanci||Date:||August 11 2004 3:43pm|
|Subject:||Re: On the licensing once again|
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> If you develop a product, say, some kind of online shopping > system that you > distribute on a CD which installs Linux, Apache, MysQL, PHP and > your App and > distribute that, then you probably should be paying for a license. This is > because instead of you handing over full code (and it's rights) to the > client as their property, you are placing licensing limitations on it. Ok, but if I say to a client (that has his own web server) "you will need to install Mysql on your server to run the site I'm writing for you", will he need a license?