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(If/When I stop developing Hybrid I will probalby release the code under lgpl.)
End users making derivitive works based on your library must also follow the lgpl as regards to JOrbis (ie. let the user swap it out).
No, lgpl has the same basic requirement (ie. being able to upgrade the library), but your method of distribution may change how you let the user do that.
Member since: 3 / 19 / 2002 From: London, United Kingdom The gist of LGPL is that the user should be able to upgrade the lgpl code / library with different version.
Only wallpapers containing the full name of the photographer and a reference stating the license (lgpl v3 is beter) will be reviewed.
Just because you think something should be done differently doesn't necessarily mean it a) work out at all, and b) end up being an improvement. my interpretation of his post was a failure to recognize the idea of "'free' as in 'free speech', not as in 'free beer'". there's nothing wrong with making money from gpl or lgpl software. look at google.