On Tuesday 09 November 2004 11:14 pm, Michael Poole wrote:
http://www.sveasoft.com/modules/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=3868That web page seems pretty clear... some parts of the prerelease are non-GPL, you can distribute the GPL code as usual. Unless there is aome claim that the non-GPL parts are derived from GPL original source or contain GPL code, why shouldn't they restrict the distribution of their own code?
Post subject: I am a Sveasoft subscriber, can I redistribute?
The policy for pre-release firmware is different. You may choose to
redistribute only those portions of pre-release firmware specifically
covered by the GPL license. Those portions of the distribution that are
separate additions developed by Sveasoft as part of a pre-release
distribution may not be re-distributed. Redistribution of pre-release
firmware that includes Sveasoft's non-GPL code will result in the
termination of your subscription.
So it looks like they are in clear, unless those separate additions are
derived from GPLed software.