[kde-community] Request to join the Kde incubator for GCompris

Alvaro Soliverez asoliverez at kde.org
Wed Feb 19 14:11:47 UTC 2014


There were (and probably still are) KDE apps available in the N9 app
store for a fee. So, it's not new, and I don't see any problem with
it.

On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 10:56 AM, Sune Vuorela <nospam at vuorela.dk> wrote:
> On 2014-02-19, Agustin benito bethencourt <abenito at kde.org> wrote:
>> I must confess though that I am worry about the association between:
>> * proprietary platforms = commercial
>> * free platforms = non commercial
>>
>> that might be implied from this model.
>
> I understood it that it was 'source code is free software and it is
> available over there => <link>'  'My binaries available from over there
> => <otherlink> costs money to be fully used'.
>
> I agree that I might worry about what Augustin is writing. But I have no
> issue with people charging for their binary builds of free software,
> and I'm pretty sure that others, including RMS, Redhat and others would
> be okay for such a business model. (I of course assume that you still
> live up to the license)
>
> You can probably also hire half of the people on this list to build
> windows installers for you - for a fee.
>
> /Sune
>
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