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Re: Licence of version 9.0 modulesby
Tecnativa. S. L., Pedro M. Baeza
Stefan, I agree on that, but as stated, there are several cases where AGPL will play against your own customer that pays the development. So it's good to have the choice and to decide.Regards.
2016-09-14 12:23 GMT+02:00 Stefan Rijnhart <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
On 14-09-16 00:38, Eric Caudal wrote: > > AGPL and LGPL are to fairly open source licenses AFAIR ;) so we would > not slipping into the "proprietary" world yet > Well, a module licensed under LGPL allows a proprietary module to be built on top of it. It gives these proprietary modules a distinct competitive advantage over their open source dependencies and lowers the return on investment in these open source contributions, which is why I strongly prefer the AGPL for OCA modules. Regards, Stefan. -- Opener B.V. - Business solutions driven by open source collaboration Stefan Rijnhart - Consultant/developer mail: email@example.com tel: +31 (0) 20 3090 139 web: https://opener.am