nelson at crynwr.com
Thu Oct 4 20:04:29 UTC 2001
Ned Lilly writes:
> Is anyone aware of a license which permits source access and
> modifications, patch contributions, but restricts the right to
> distribute compiled binaries to the sponsoring organization?
A binary is a derived work. An open source license has to allow
distribution of binaries. That's not to say that you can't create a
Source-Available license which prohibited binary distribution, but it
wouldn't be Open Source, and we wouldn't certify it.
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