Slash Open Source Project

Title    Site Violates Slash License: What to do?
Date    Wednesday April 11 2001, @07:03AM
Author    Krow

Anonymous Coward writes "I found a site that appears to be Slash-based but does not offer its source code or acknowledge the Slash copyright (or left). It appears to be in violation of the GNU gpl for Slash. What should an individual do when they find commercial sites like this that seem to have appropriated Slash code in violation of the license?"
Actually its not really a violation. This comes up from time to time, but as long as you don't distribute your copy of slash, you can make all the changes you want and never give them back.


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