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    An interesting read: http://stephan.reposita.org/archives/2008/04/28/more-on-extjs-the-gpl-fiasco-and-open-source-community-style/ - "John Resig on ExtJS, the GPL fiasco and open source community...
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    I don't think I've ever read through so much FUD in my life! (I thought I had retired myself from this thread...)

    Some points of review:
    I've not yet seen any of these points disputed by license...
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    I guess I'm confused at what you mean by an index.php that "includes" Ext JS. Do you mean the <script> tag that references the Ext .js file, or some other method?



    By saying this, it seems...
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    No, but maybe "4 sizes fit most". It are all these possibilities that are confusing everyone. Even just 4-5 examples with license-usage notes would go a long way...
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    Sorry, Jack, I wasn't trying to add to the conflict...

    As patspam mentioned, this is a unique opportunity to see the effect of the GPL in action, especially with something like a JavaScript...
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    Nope, I understand it, just as it was written in the GPL license. The question is, how to you interpret it in regards to how you're trying to license Ext?



    I think the whole community here,...
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    @grom358, etc., here's even some more evidence to back-up the point I believe you're starting to realize, and the point I've been trying to make all along:

    Quoting from...
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    @hotnuts21 and @outworlder, completely agreed on most of your points, many of which I've already brought up earlier.

    @grom358, relating to your 2nd quote, this was brought up before, and I believe...
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    Also agreed. And if someone doesn't agree with these terms, that is why the commercial license is also available.
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    Use "reasonable doubt" as the defense. We sure have a lot of that here!! :D
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    Completely agreed.
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    [/QUOTE]

    @stucco, thanks for finding this. This is exactly the point that I was trying to have confirmed/corrected through most of this thread.

    If this stays true, I have no issue here, and...
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    I don't think that anyone here is interested in "circumventing the GPL", but simply are looking for an insight on how you and Ext, LLC interpret it, especially under the still confusing "dual...
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    Sorry, Jack, I was evidently composing my last post at the same time you were, and you beat me to it.

    I guess I would just recommend providing some additional answers, either here or by further...
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    It's important to note that there are other ways of contributing beyond purchasing a commercial license or by releasing source code to projects that are never actually "released".

    Reporting bugs,...
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    Jack -

    Thanks for your recent updates to the license page.

    Could you please continue with some of the other recurring questions from this thread?

    I think the hottest question is what do you...
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    I think a few of us understand the point you are trying to make, but don't agree that everything is being interpreted correctly.

    AFAIK, by releasing something under GPL, you can't "pick & choose"...
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    Maybe an explanation by example will help...

    http://english.jondesign.net/articles/2007/apr/06/microsoft-uses-gpl-smoothgallery/ ("Article: Microsoft using GPL code... | JonDesign")

    Everyone...
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    This discussion has been Slashdotted!

    http://it.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=08/04/22/138203
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    Where are the conditions that say that charging money for access to a service requires a commercial license? You may very well be correct, just please cite your source...
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    [QUOTE=esoteric;156808]@ziesemer, I am not trying to be rude, but again you like many others don't read the entire part. It goes on to say:

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    It is essential for people to have the freedom...
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    @esoteric, etc.:

    Please reference http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html#UnreleasedMods:



    Now, it seems that what most everyone is worried about here would actually be concerns of the...
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    Again, I really wonder if many people are missing the point here.

    Please refer back to my original post on this thread, #72, which has since been referenced by #89.

    Unless someone can reference...
  24. See my blog post at http://blogger.ziesemer.com/2008/04/markutils-web-zipservlet-compressfilter.html for full details and download.

    In a nutshell, it's a HttpServlet implementation that eliminates...
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    I am a bit confused over all the concern here. I've read through this entire thread, and the only post that seems related to my viewpoint is dezo33's post #69.

    I guess I maybe don't realize how /...
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