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[DotGNU]Selling support and ModRequests for dotGNU

From: Charles Shuller
Subject: [DotGNU]Selling support and ModRequests for dotGNU
Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 20:18:05 -0500
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This is a bit of an ethical question, the GPL as I understand it makes this legal, but say so if I'm wrong.

Is it ethical to sell support contracts, and mod-requests for dotGNU even if the person involved is not necessarily a primary developer? And can/should the resultant code be put back into the codebase?

I'm thinking of advertising this service in the near future, when I get a LOT more fammilliar with what I'm doing, and want to make sure that this is not something which is severely looked down on, or downright illegal.

Charles Shuller
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