Michal Čihař - GPL violation - getting more sources

GPL violation - getting more sources

It has been some time since I updated information about Gammu usage in proprietary software, so here it comes (see other posts tagged with gpl for more information).

I still have troubles to explain Anwsoft what they are supposed to release. The good news is that they are still communicating and even providing some updated sources (see git repository), unfortunately they still construct fake projects rather than providing real sources of the application.

Anyway if anybody is interested in digging in the sources and finding bits which might be interesting for porting to current Gammu code base, please go ahead, I probably won't have time for that in near future.

Comments

anonymous coward wrote on March 15, 2011, 10:34 p.m.

"unfortunately they still construct fake projects rather than providing real sources of the application."

That's a clear indication that there's no "good news" here: they are simply gaming cat and mouse with you.

foo wrote on March 16, 2011, 2:19 a.m.

Please get some representation by the Software Freedom Law Centre or gplviolations.org and gently encourage them to come into real actual compliance.

wrote on March 16, 2011, 10:55 a.m.

I'm in touch with both Software Freedom Law Centre and gplviolations.org, it just needs some time (sometimes it take me longer to respond because I am busy, sometimes the ball is on their side).

New Comment

You can not add new comments to old blog posts.