If a consultant use any of those program with the above license at his/her
client(for its website), would that violate the licensing agreement(since
it's commercial)?

"gabriele renzi" <surrender_it / remove.yahoo.it> wrote in message
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> il Sun, 28 Mar 2004 20:45:03 -0500, "Ruby Tuesdays"
> <NoSpamPlease_rubytuzdaiz / yahoo.com> ha scritto::
>
> >What's the significant difference between GPL, Lesser GPL, and BSD
> >Licensing?
> you're stimulating a huge flamewar ;)
>
>
> gpl:
>  use it and change it, but if you sell you changed version, make the
>  source available under gpl.
> lgpl:
>  same as gpl, but  used, usually, for libs. If your code links against
>  lgpl you don't need to release it under lgpl, you can use closed
>  license. But if you change the library , is the same as gpl.
> bsd:
>  same as gpl, but you do not need to show the changed sources. You
>  just need to give credit to the older author.
>