[linux-audio-user] Decent reverb, and DSP in hardware?

Esben Stien b0ef at esben-stien.name
Wed Feb 9 07:27:58 EST 2005


Arnold Krille <arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org> writes:

>> > Most of them seem to be free software (there is a restriction
>> > that you need Eugene's permission to use the DSP code in a
>> > commercial product).
>>
>> This is a restriction that does not exist with free software.
>
> This depends afaik on the license you use. As far as I remember the
> GPL allows using the code in commercial products

Free Software, as in the definition by the FSF, does not have a
restriction where you need to ask the author about using the code in
commercial software. There is nothing wrong with libre/free software
being commercial. Don't confuse proprietary and commercial.

> with making the changes public as LGPL is somehow changed.

I don't understand this statement..!

> Wether it was more close or more open I don't remember...

Not this either..!

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