On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 04:26:47AM +0900, Michael Campbell wrote:
> 
> > Alright, I accept the analogy.  Yes, your choices with are GPL
> > program are
> > "take it or leave it".  Those are the same choices as with any other
> > license.  So what's the problem?  If you don't like it, don't take it.
> > But the GPL doesn't force itself on you.  If you don't like the
> > competting
> > products that's not the GPL being viral.
> 
> *IS* the GPL "take it or leave it"?  Can you "take it" and keep your own
> work non-GPL'd (and not be in violation of the GPL?)

Sure, but this implies that you keep the work for yourself (or your
organization) and don't distribute it.

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