[BangPypers] Distributing a python project as a binary.
noufal at gmail.com
Sun Jan 9 05:27:22 CET 2011
On Sat, Jan 08 2011, Narendra Sisodiya wrote:
> I am still unable to understand that You company can still earn by
> making NonCommercial License. You can choose any opensource license
> and put a extra condition of non-commercial over it. This is the
> standard and legal way to make non-commercialization of a code. If
> anybody violate it, they will be in jail.
That's a naively optimistic point of view. People want to obfuscate code
because people don't follow what licenses say.
> One think your "FAT MANAGER" need to understand that when you write
> one byte, you use million free byte knowledge... and almost every
> binary can be reverse engineered..
This is not germane to the topic at hand.
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