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Old 14 May 2017, 11:23   #378
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Open source does not mean the end product is free of charge. It also does NOT mean the product is in the public domain. I retain the copyrights to all my open source products. I have noticed (some) people starting to remove those notices which is illegal. I have simply granted a GPL license to modify, sell and redistribute my sources.

I do not have any issue with people selling my open sourced products but they must not change the licenses or copyrights. So if you redesign one of my boards based off my design and firmware you must open source it at the point of the first sale. That is something I WILL enforce regardless of how much it costs me.
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