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--- Quote from: Rich on March 04, 2012, 10:52:47 AM ---Hi crankypuss

--- Quote ---If you are looking for a tarball containing the source for the 3500+ applications, there is none.
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--- Quote ---According to the GPL, if you distribute the binaries you must also distribute the "corresponding source" code.
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I didn't say the sources for extensions was not available, only that they are not all packed into one massive file.
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Yes, I did mistake your meaning there; my bad.

--- Quote from: Rich on March 04, 2012, 10:52:47 AM ---
--- Quote ---keep using Linux but not contributing because of the risibility of the required license.
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If you wish to compile and submit an existing program GPL program, just include the the source with the submission.
If you wish to submit a program you wrote yourself, decide on how you want to license it. If you go with GPL, include
the source with the submission, otherwise, you don't have to.
That should satisfy compliance on your part.

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I'm a little confused about "submit a program", are you assuming but not stating TC there?  If not there must be some "big submission place in the sky"? <g>

If you wish to contribute an extension, just do it.


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